The Australian dollar slipped below parity with the greenback Monday and analysts tipped it could fall further as speculation mounts that the US could wind back
its quantitative easing policy.
Warne said on Tuesday if you wind back
the clock to the old days it was about going to a pub or locking yourselves in a room with a few beers in a relaxed environment and making it all informal.
To find out what is going on we have to wind back
two weeks and we find the negotiator trying to convince a gang of kidnappers to release the family they are holding captive.
KEVIN PRENDERGAST, the elder statesman of Curragh trainers, will be attempting to wind back
the years with Dunboyne Express today, 35 years on from achieving success in the Classic with Northern Treasure.
I wouldn't mind being adult-sized, my nose is a little bulbous, ears a little too sticky-out and goodness knows, who wouldn't love to be young again if we could wind back
The Coming of Age: Life Begins At 60 series concludes with an edition of the show renowned for its ability to wind back
the clock for women.
The Falcons will wind back
up after this week's rest, beginning preparations in earnest for that Bristol trip on Friday, February 13.
The move is part of the bank's strategy to wind back
its mortgage business.
The congressional sanction has evidently put the wind back
in the sails of administration lawyers, who, in simultaneous filings on November 13, both argued before the U.S.
"If I could wind back
the hands of time and do things differently, believe me, I would; I would have practiced safer sex right off the bat.
'Even a well-managed and relatively small foot-and-mouth outbreak would take something like NZ$10 billion(pounds 3.9 billion) off economic growth and basically wind back
the economy for a year to 18 months,' Sherwin said.
A vital--but often hated--component is the common hose, with its infernal leaks, kinks, and other annoyances, as well as the fact that it simply won't wind back
neatly to get out of the way, no matter how many reels or other gadgets are employed.
And no one knows yet whether the frenzied activities of the world's computer buffs will manage to beat the Millennium bug (where computer clocks unable to cope with a new first digit in the year will wind back
to 1900, and paralyze hospitals, financial institutions and airlines in the process).
Speaking ahead of the ADC meeting to be held in Adelaide today (Friday), Mr de Brenni said he was concerned proposed business simplification projects could act as a Trojan Horse to wind back
It may sound like hard work but it's literally a walk in the park, writes WARREN MANGER YOU might think you haven't time to get fit and healthy, but just 30 minutes of moderate exercise, such as a brisk walk, is enough to start shedding those extra pounds and wind back
your body clock.