cast around


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search anxiously

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The young cast around her are all splendid, from brooding Mid Glamorgan star Aneurin Barnard as Davey to love interest Danielle Branch, who plays Stella.
HAVING a quick cast around the marketplace it seems that the shortage of good, low mileage two to four year old vehicles shows no let up.
Some straw had been lost off the back of an agricultural vehicle and was cast around the highway," he said.
After a relatively peaceful night in Tahrir Square following a huge "day of departure" rally yesterday that once again brought hundreds of thousands on to the streets of downtown Cairo, opponents of the regime are beginning to cast around for new tactics in their struggle to unseat a president who is proving stubbornly resistant to all attempts at toppling him.
Those detained cast around 400 votes in two polling centres for Haji Ali Muhammad and Ghulam Yahya Husainkhel alias Lashkari.
The Judges' Award is very special as it is a tribute to the show and to every single member of the production team, from the not unimportant people who drive the cast around, right up to the director.
The Judges' Award is very special as it is a tribute to the show and every single member of the production team, from the not unimportant people who drive the cast around to the director.
Political objections to Zimbabwe's tour forced their withdrawal earlier this year, prompting the England and Wales Cricket Board to cast around for replacement tourists.
Martha Collins's direction moved the large cast around the stage with alacrity, never sacrificing dramatic tension for empty movement.
HUNDREDS of Scots joined a huge cast around the world as they staged an anti-war demonstration yesterday.
A cast around his wrist had to be removed because of swelling, and his wrist was wrapped in a bandage Monday.
New Labour's astronomers star gaze with sufficient clarity to know they have to sell this balloney as more than an empty shell to a sceptical public which above all else wants a quality service, so they cast around for what some management consultants have told them they need most, which is a unique selling point - that some, not all, of these new-fangled super hospitals will have elected members on their governing bodies.
Tizzard, 22, who has had to wear a plastic cast around his body to stabilise his back, has now had the `corset'
The arrival of 2001 is not drawing the attention that the year 2000 did, but that's because of all the hype and fear cast around the Y2K bug petered out minutes after midnight last Jan.
He therefore cast around even in Europe for learned monks, not only to head ecclesiastical foundations, but also as advisors in his court.