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MUCH of the spotlight will fall upon Angel Cabrera in this week's Quail Hollow Championship in Charlotte and the shy Argentinian may struggle to perform at his best.
The 46-year-old 'Ghost' star, who has three kids from ex-hubby Bruce Willis, said that she and 16-year-younger hubby would be more than happy should the chance of another baby fall upon their lap.
In tonight's season climax, Melinda asks the mayor to cancel a memorial service for children who died in a plane crash - but her appeals fall upon deaf ears.
REQUESTS to Liverpool city council to resurface Aigburth Drive around Sefton Park continue to fall upon deaf ears.
And with fall upon us, you'll find a preview on page 4, of the pumpkin-loving, scarecrow-hanging Tierra del Sol Foundation's fourth annual Fall Festival.
Even now, the compassionate "gaze" of Christ continues to fall upon individuals and peoples.
Shadows do fall upon us now and again, but they cannot hold.
Politicians have triumphed in recent years, Crawford goes on, by turning the tables on the traditional questioners and attackers and making the foibles of journalists into the issue, thereby deflecting any blame that might fall upon themselves.
Because it is so passe to talk about sin in the first place, we are often unprepared and ill equipped when the consequences of sin fall upon us, the so-called innocent bystanders.
When people believe their concerns fall upon deaf ears then it is their democratic right to protest.