He tries this on very much with me, but I flatter myself he has got a tough nut to crack
. I know that from my glass.
The young and short course proved a tough nut to crack
for the 80-player field as only 15 players cracked par with several big names struggling.
Pep may decide to rest a few A-listers and City may find Brighton a tough nut to crack
Howe will be glad to get back to Dean Court, where they have beaten West Ham and Chelsea comfortably in their last two home games, but Wolves could prove to be a tough nut to crack
Neilson, 38, who replaced Csaba Laszlo last week, insists the third-top Highlanders will be a tough nut to crack
Though Creamline drew a huge confidence boost with its Game Two win, Valdez knows that Pocari Sweat-Air Force, backed by its championship experience, will be a tough nut to crack
But achieving the Rs 13 billion target would be tough nut to crack
, he said.
It's got an Assassin's Creed feel and the huge boss men battles are superb the best thing about the game but, be warned, it's a tough nut to crack
Tereapii Tapoki, a police officer from Rarotonga, the largest of the 15 palm-fringed Pacific islands that make up the country, hit on the solution after finding throwing sports a tough nut to crack
with no equipment available.
Rebecca Menzies-trained Halycon Days proved a tough nut to crack
and saw off Supreme Asset by a neck in the two-mile handicap chase.
ALAN PARDEW is looking forward to pitting his wits against Sam Allardyce tomorrow - but has warned that his old adversaries Sunderland will be a tough nut to crack
However, he has far less on his plate, and with conditions to suit, he should be a tough nut to crack
The Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, a mecca for tourists, has nevertheless proven a tough nut to crack
Favourite Prince Gibraltar, an unlucky-in-running third in the French Derby, looked to have all bases covered but found first Teletext a tough nut to crack
before Gallante hit another gear in the Derrick Smith colours to foil Jean-Claude Rouget's hotpot.
India, June 10 -- Apple has signed a deal with Sony Music Entertainment, the major label that had remained a tough nut to crack
all these months, for the much anticipated iRadio service.