Eleven versus nine in our favour for 50 minutes tells me there should only be one winner, and after that opening half there was hardly any time to catch breath
As I tried desperately to catch breath
following the welcome (for me, anyway) dog invasion I began to wonder if Clyde should bother turning up today.
Wearing a T-shirt, jeans and a baseball cap she barely has time to catch breath
after the frantic performance.
There was barely time to catch breath
when the lead was doubled amid more shambolic defending.
His one-day and Twenty20 assignments, for franchise and country, are set to take him to all points east and west in northern-hemisphere cricket - with barely a moment to catch breath
between long-haul flights.
They worked out that, where R is rolls, L is loops, M is moments to catch breath
It was deadly dull in the first period but there was hardly a moment to catch breath
in the closing quarter of the match as Falkirk deservedly collected all three points to leapfrog Inverness and move to within two points of leaders Queen of the South.
She blew the hard-serving qualifier Stevenson off court before the youngster could even catch breath
But it's not all high drama, as the physical routines - most notably a girly night in front of the video - provide light relief and enable the audience to catch breath
and take stock.
The players will return from the US this morning and there will be time to catch breath
and assess their work.
Then again, the international break might just have come at the right time; when you are winning, you don't want to stop but given Liverpool's results over the last few weeks, it might be best for everyone to catch breath
and start again.
At last many students will have gained the grades and accepted their places, so now is an ideal opportunity to catch breath
and look forward to student life and - of course - putting in some serious study.
While it was dull in the first period, there was hardly a moment to catch breath
in the closing stages with Falkirk deserving their victory.