95) provides a funny survey of a dog who can't seem
to follow the requirements of his owner, Vic Lee provides a contemporary gathering of modern comments on life in PARDN MY PLANET (0740751298, $10.
The chief roadblock for most companies is that they can't seem
to align internal corporate culture change with external culture changes taking place throughout America.
However, the district can't seem
to control enrollment, which has dropped by 40,000 in the past decade, rivaling the famous flight to the suburbs in the 1960s and '70s.
Although O'Reilly's staff has been informed in writing that the SpongeBob controversy is based solely on media spin, the 'No Spin Zone' can't seem
to get its facts straight.
For many months now, druggists have been deluged with complaints from customers who can't seem
to find Prilosec on the store shelves.
SIMON HAWORTH fails to recover from his broken leg and Eugene Dadi and Gary Jones can't seem
to hit a barn door at the moment.
I know I can add one in Word, but I can't seem
to do it in Excel.
I can't seem
to find it on the shelves here in Singapore, where I'm based now.
I spend all my allowance on it and can't seem
to get enough.
Add a prodding editor to the mix, and well, I just can't seem
to put down my scissors and pot of glue.
We can't seem
to agree on what's the best way to deal with the wildfires that rage annually, what to do about the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge, or even what to do about an oak that sits in the way of "progress"--and the guy who's sitting in it--in Santa Clarita, California (see Clippings, page 27).
Demand is getting so strong, we can't seem
to build these homes fast enough," asserted Oceana senior vice president Diana Jabber, who noted that of the 350 residences already * or nearing completion, nearly 95% had already been sold as of April 1.
Despite looming deadlines, he often just can't seem
to get started on a painting, allowing distractions--including his passion for golf--to get the better of him.
IN the wake of Quentin Tarantino and especially Guy Ritchie with their gangster film shenanigans, British filmmakers can't seem
to get over their obsession with all things underworld and criminal.
Having a tan is a trend that our American culture can't seem
to shake despite millions of government dollars spent to change our minds.