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But this type of weather is a little bit nondescript, as it is a bit of a mixed bag across the country.
SHORE sport seems to have dropped off a little bit lately with not so many cod reported, and a lot of anglers are now taking mixed bags of often smaller undersize specimens of cod, coalfish, pouting and various flatfish species.
In their next match at Parkers Match Pool at Bulkington, Mark Willock was the winner with a 24-12-0 mixed bag taken on pole and paste, with Ben Lockwood once again second with 20-08-0, just four ounces ahead of John Oldham.
THE MULTIFAMILY HOUSING MARKET REMAINED A mixed bag during the second quarter of 2005 as production "showed some signs of strength" while vacancy rates declined, according to an analysis by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
This collection of quotes--a mixed bag of the humorous and the philosophical from sources as diverse as Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll, Albert Einstein, and Napoleon Bonaparte--is a thought-provoking sampler on the subject.
The 170g cube contains a mixed bag of toffees and eclairs ensuring that there is something to tempt the taste buds of the whole family.
The results indicated that audit committee effectiveness has been a mixed bag, with some SOX provisions proving to be bigger hurdles than others.
His work is, inevitably, a mixed bag, because he treats the world and his mind as jumbled compendiums, filled with little connections and bursts of revelation that his seemingly slight but actually pointed interventions reveal.
Absorption performances were mixed in the Northeast and Midwest: the former, led by a favorable performance in Philadelphia, recorded a small net gain while the Midwest was a mixed bag of gains and losses
The whole attempt to reconstruct the Sermon by Luke is a mixed bag, with Luke's omission of so much inexplicable (e.
Yes, those harmonies are still there but the songs prove a mixed bag.
Sometimes everything comes together to make a euphoric, ecstatic program; sometimes the result is a mixed bag.
Focusing on less-studied works by Johannes Nider, Jean Vineti, Pico della Mirandola, Alonso Tostado, Bartolomeo Spina, and others, as well as the Malleus maleficarum, Stephens persuasively argues that the witch figure emerged after 1400 from a mixed bag of ideas about the activities of heretics, necromancers, and exorcists in the context of theological speculation about the possibilities of human contacts with demons.
The health of Americans is a mixed bag with life expectancy increasing but the diabetes epidemic continuing to worsen, according to the latest statistics from "Health, United States, 2003," a report from the National Center for Health Statistics.
The health of Americans is a mixed bag, with life expectancy increasing but the diabetes epidemic continuing to worsen, according to the latest statistics from "Health United States, 2003," a report issued by the National Center for Health Statistics.