Examine your own attitude: Are you coming across
like, "This is not the way I learned it in communication school -- or, in my last job we did it differently and better -- therefore, your way is wrong"?
If we can't convince people how valuable the forestry industry is, then we'll be washed away by a great wave of ignorance coming across
Trawling vintage stores is probably my favourite kind of shopping - there's nothing quite like the thrill of coming across
that special trophy.
It's illegal humidity, undocumented moisture, coming across
the border,'' he joked.
The far man in the second row (LG) is responsible for coming across
the field and kicking out defender #1, while the blocker on the call side (RG) is pinning #4 to the inside.
They are the industry experts in telecommunications with the deaf -- you almost cannot search on the topic without coming across
a reference to NXi or its management.
Sancha Lancaster, a Met Office forecaster, said: "The main reason for this hot spell is that an area of high pressure and warm air is coming across
as smarter, but no less down-and-dirty, is Deborah Strang's Ma Ubu.
If he takes away the out by Z, we will hit the TE coming across
With this many individuals coming across
our borders legally every year there are a significant number of high risk individuals that could be monitored using our wireless GPS technologies.
is strategically unexpurgated (yes, with F-words), contains not a scintilla of cuteness and manages to work the much-milked KCRW incident into the narrative without it coming across
BMG grew 60% in 2003 with sales coming across
the board from training, consulting, eLearning and ProjX software.
Viewers at a vivid new exhibit of Weegee's photos at the Getty Museum can't help experiencing a jolt of adrenalin when coming across
something like ``Cop Killer,'' a 1941 police-beat photo of a man arrested for killing a policeman, taken during booking, or ``Their First Murder,'' showing giddy schoolchildren reacting after seeing a man gunned down.