Hence, we have increased the security for the farmers who have to go across
the fence to get their produce.
The latest job cuts will go across
Thus offices in the UK, which also include Manchester, Leeds and Livingstone.
There would be 400 voluntary redundancies among track workers at Browns Lane and the rest of the 1,150 jobs would go across
office staff across the whole group.
We tried to go across
the street when five 18-or-older guys came up to us.
He rescues her and together they go across
country until they meet up with an old Chinese woman, a healer, who helps Jing-Wei reverse the process on her feet and tells them how they can kill the dragon, if they are brave enough to try.
They told us to go across
the street," Schwen says.
Broadcasts will go across
Canada and into the United States, Europe and Japan, depending on the deals that still have to be worked out.
Up to 37 jobs are expected to go across
the North East and Cumbria as a result of the changes, which have already prompted unions to threaten legal action.
Frank Hadden's rejuvenated side, who have not won in Dublin since 1998, go across
the water in high spirits after their shock win over England at Murrayfield.
the beam, light reflects off of them and it looks like sparks,'' Holmes said.
Attributes go across
generations, so the key is to identify them and then be pure to them.
Mimms allowed a 35-yard swerving free kick from Darren Wrack near the left touchline to go across
him into the far corner.
4 : to go or allow to go across
, over, or through <They let me pass.
When he used to go wandering they would go across
the road to make sure he was safe.