While I was in conversation with the errant
driver, a policeman and an Airport Security Force (ASF) commando.
A recent example saw Errant
partner with Quilliam Bros to produce Crystal Skull, a ruby ale made from Rooibos tea.
Lagman lamented that errant
police are treated with 'kid's gloves.
He warned that no more discount schemes will be available for errant
biz failing to pass budget relief to the people
A Formula One cameraman was hit by an errant
flying wheel during a pit stop after eight laps of Sunday's German Grand Prix.
The difference in the two is that the first scenario was an errant
no-call (an act of omission); the second an errant
call (an act of commission}.
eye; poetry and topography in early modern France.
He also unleashed mercenaries abroad to liquidate those whom he referred to as being "the errant
dogs" and who were merely opposed to the way he managed Libya and its resources.
Modernism: The Ethos of Photography in Mexico and Brazil.
Anil sent some anagrams, palindromes, and word ladders which, he notes, are errant
Further work by scientists such as James Clerk Maxwell, Ludwig Boltzmann, and Ruldolf Clausius led to the laws of thermodynamics, which would overturn Newton's errant
Ken Overstreet ran back the first errant
pass 79 yards for a touchdown as the halftime buzzer sounded, giving Locke a 12-7 lead.
It helps ensure that should one branch go astray, the other two will check the errant
Such an errant
interpretation would, of course, require that the relief for and reconstruction of New Orleans and its strategic ocean port would be general welfare for the country and not simply specific regional welfare.