CHARLTON 2 GILLINGHAM 2 Phil Parkinson took aim
at the Charlton boo boys after fans turned on an addicks side held by struggling Gillingham.
One officer took aim
with a Taser stun gun and immobilised him causing him to drop the knives, said prosecutor Patricia Mancina.
The gunner took aim
, rotated the turret, and like two knights jousting we went for the kill.
The startled men dropped the dresser, while Stewart took aim
Thorndike of Teachers College) took aim
at this belief and sought to demonstrate through their studies that "transfer of training" was a myth, and that there was no reason at all to study Latin or any subject that was not immediately useful.
Just a week after his speech, the Christian right took aim
at Bush's long-standing refusal to impose limits on U.S.
Trade Representative Robert Zoellick--the man most responsible for launching the Development Agenda at Doha--now took aim
at Brazil and India, referring to them as "will not" countries.
In this early work (originally published in 1968) then-radical-Catholic-feminist Daly took aim
at the social sin of sexism rooted in her church.
I spied a Rebel Officer [and] took aim
and just as I pulled the trigger I was struck on the Ankle.
Many storage vendors, including Memorex and Storage Technology, took aim
at IBM's captive storage market with plug-compatible DASD at a lower price, but mostly were unsuccessful.
Since most of the Irish public took nationalist history far more seriously than whatever unionist history they might be aware of, by the 1970s the profession was dominated by historians who took aim
mostly at nationalist verities.
That's because legislators took aim
at a number of "abuses" perceived to exist in the mergers and acquisitions area.