the fact that despite the huge rebuilding programme Wales have had to undertake, they have a pretty impressive record under Toshack.
As a result, companies are less inclined to ignore
He says that, like Deecke, he's seen seals ignore
some killer whales.
Fortunately, most music programs do not completely ignore
the last 200 years of technological innovation.
Mainstream and astute Chilean salmoneros have built salmon into a world-beating powerhouse very quickly; ignore
the consumers, and you can kiss it goodbye.
But conservation groups said the study's focus on timber harvest ignores
larger questions of environmental standards and geographical pressures.
They may also ignore
words like "Web site" or "Internet" that do not help them identify the content of the site.
And, as everyone knows, there's only one solution to the game: ignore
the copy-cat until he or she goes away.
The policy might direct one to discard or ignore
much of what has already been done in one or more of the fields from which the new specialty is constructed.
Though it's seldom noted, the degree to which institutions like the Times, Miramax, and Sundance set our current critical agendas (including our canons) and crowd out others is hard to ignore
Second, there was no evidence to suggest that judges and magistrates are inclined to ignore
or subvert the protections guaranteed by the fourth amendment.
People who ignore
the urge to have a bowel movement may eventually stop feeling the urge, which can lead to constipation.
Sales managers who choose to ignore
their people's engaging in questionable practices are courting disaster.
Almost half of Americans (46%) say they tend to ignore
Internet banner ads.
Thus the American media ignore
the joyful, voluminous, ever-increasing good news that has apparently become Iraq's chief export now that its oil pipelines have been sabotaged beyond functionality.