Another, a little worse for wear after a Christmas party, went to the end of the line
and back four times before giving up and going straight to his office.
"So even when they feel they have reached the end of the line
, all is not lost."
The arts centre is hosting the three-day event from June 5-7 as part of its The End Of The Line
exhibition exploring and celebrating fresh approaches to drawing in contemporary art.
Gretna caretaker boss Mick Wadsworth last night admitted "it's the end of the line
" for staff who fought to save the troubled Scottish club as he and the entire workforce at Raydale Park were made redundant.
Cape Town is the end of the world and the end of the line
. Three weeks in and the gang looked mighty taxed.
The trains stop at the end of the line
near Causey Arch viaduct, where visitors can meet Father Christmas in his grotto.
What happens if the assembler gets to the end of the line
and hasn't completed the task?
In a recent briefing, Sony formally announced what many have known for a long time: DDS-4 is the end of the line
. Technology transition from DDS is a matter of when, not if.
INSPECTOR Jack Frost is to reach the end of the line
on Christmas Day.
In irreverent language, the conductors of this train stomp through the rail cars of what has become conventional business, announcing the end of the line
for the big corporation mentality.
If you drop two Hosts, do you have to go to the end of the line
"If you talk to people at the end of the line
you'll find that most of the purchases made are made locally."
AFTER seven years in production Mazda's rotary engined RX-8 sports car is coming to the end of the line
. With more than 26,000 sold in Britain since 2003 there are now less than 100 examples left in stock in the UK.
The End of the Line
is supported by store chain Waitrose.
THE end of the line
for Tyneside's iconic floating nightclub is looming.