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Formartine boss Pele, whose side are two points off leaders Rangers, said: "It looks like Brora have only the league to throw away now as they have moved above us with games in hand.
8220;The USDA is projecting that Americans will throw away over 200 million pounds of turkey this Thanksgiving,” says Howard Dvorkin, CPA and founder of ConsolidatedCredit.
SPURS v QPR White Hart Lane , 4pm TOTTENHAM manager Harry Redknapp has warned his squad that they must not throw away their recent good progress.
And doctors who do not have enough patients to treat within that time are having to throw away the unused doses.
Herczeg said: "It says everything that in those final minutes I sent on an extra striker and Rafael Benitez sent on a world-class midfielder in Javier Mascherano to make sure they did not throw away a victory.
at throw away rate ISLAMABAD, 11 June, 2009 (Frontier Star) National Assembly (NA) standing committee on railways has summoned former chairman Railways, Lt Gen (Retd) Saeed ul Zafar and G.
Food champions have been appointed by Worcestershire Council to encourage homeowners to slash the amount of waste they throw away
THE LEADER of the Orthodox flock in Cyprus will ask school children to throw away their history books if he feels they have been distorted, the primate warned yesterday.
However, the trial also highlighted the huge amounts of food householders throw away each week.
MOST Britons throw away damaged household electrical items without any attempt to repair them first.
being a throw away society ("Understanding the Times," July).
We walk in, order, fill up, consume, and throw away our single-serve cups at least once--and often twice--a day without a thought to the consequences.
Losing one child is bad enough; do we have to throw away the other one?
ITEM: Hundreds of protesters in Buenos Aires, reported Reuters on August 31, "sparred with police and burned tires just a stone's throw away from where [International Monetary Fund] chief Rodrigo Rata was meeting .