KOP HIM Hodgson fits the bill
to replace Benitez this summer
Albion boss Tony Mowbray has been keen to bring in a new midfielder who can fill a holding role and Obodo fits the bill
If you think your shop fits the bill
, go to MAN's website, www.ModernApplicationsNews.com, and hit the logo to fill out an entry form telling us, in 250 words, why your company would qualify as a Hot Shot Job Shop.
He wants to get up to people, to put pressure on people and really he just fits the bill
as far as I'm concerned."
The conservative ideal is for taxes to be imposed on consumption rather than investment, and the VAT fits the bill
. If taxes are necessary (and even the most conservative commentators agree that they are), they should at least provide an incentive for people to save and not to spend.
So far I have only found one person who fits the bill
. It is a man who fought for years to get a fair share of the profits from forestry and mining for Northern Ontario.
Anyone with a stool that fits the bill
should call Diana Stevenson on 0121 248 0708.
"Harborside Plaza 10 fits the bill
by providing an appealing mix of tax incentives, more affordable rents than New York City and a skilled labor force that makes Jersey City hard to beat for financial service companies.
If you're looking for a pleasurable page-turner, Amazing Disgrace fits the bill
What we need is more class like Arteta and as playmaker Malbranque for me fits the bill
THERE'S a raft of rentals in time for Valentine's Day and even this animated movie fits the bill
The Tiella light from Tech Lighting fits the bill
with a brushed nickel finish.