Freight rates for Medium Range tankers have dropped and are again teetering on the edge of
year-low levels a few weeks into the fourth quarter, with over tonnage pervasive and the gasoline arbitrage route westwards unattractive to traders as US stocks keep building.
Jane |discoverson the Clocking onto where he might be, she heads to Lucy's grave, but finally finds him teetering on the edge of
But her partner, Anthony Howard, wants people to see how alcoholism can ravage a person and leave them teetering on the edge of
an early grave at just 35 years of age.
A DRIVER whose car was left teetering on the edge of
a cliff after following his sat-nav was ordered to pay nearly pounds 900 for driving without due care and attention.
GOOD samaritans are being traced by Warwickshire Police after they helped rescue a woman who was teetering on the edge of
And how many companies are teetering on the edge of
bankruptcy as a result of that denominator being applied?
A bullpen teetering on the edge of
disaster found its savior Saturday night.
In writer-director Richard Shepard's The Matador, Brosnan plays Julian Noble, a debauched "trisexual" (because he'll try sleeping with anyone, says Shepard) hit man teetering on the edge of
In Men and Boys, the poet records that moment when farm boys are teetering on the edge of
manhood by making little pulls on the tractor throttles and roaring the engines while their fathers visit.
Nerves are a little frayed on the Dutch side which one trader said was teetering on the edge of
The Norfolk Virginia, native appeared on this March 1988 cover (shown below) sharing with readers his rocky road to success after teetering on the edge of
Rent it if: You enjoy teetering on the edge of
the sofa until the very last frame.
Thirty years of maintaining the facade of the perfect life, despite her husband's lies and infidelity, keep Barbara teetering on the edge of
an alcoholic relapse.
Teetering on the edge of
a cliff, Harry Seidler's latest remarkable house is an assertive work in the tradition of Heroic Modernism, shaped equally by global culture and technology and local influences from site and place.
The dancers ran to the edge of the stage and stared intensely out at the audience, as if teetering on the edge of
a high precipice.