My suspicion is that the Super League looks like being a closed shop
for the first six or seven years until it has become established.
That ride led nowhere and Hooper was back to working on chassis until the team lost its sponsorship and closed shop
They taught herding classes at this location nearly a decade ago but closed shop
after a year in favor of working in their hometown of Bakersfield.
And asked if the top four is a closed shop
, summer signing Milner said: "Two years ago Liverpool nearly won the title, so it's not that closed.
He had to wait ages to get in because he said it was a closed shop
, but he did eventually get a job there.
The Spar shop on Chester Road, Flint was targeted after thieves hurled a brick through the window of the closed shop
Adhunik Industries is seeking at buying beleaguered steel making units, scatted across the eastern region, many of which have closed shop
in recent times and many banks that had lend money to these firms have approached Adhunik as well as other financially sound steel makers with takeover proposals
He will tell leading thinktank the Institute for Public Policy Research on Tuesday: "The Civil Service is like a closed shop
, with fewer women, fewer ethnic minorities and fewer kids with working-class parents.
The civil service is like a closed shop
with fewer women, fewer ethnic minorities and fewer kids with working-class parents.
It's now a pound shop, charity shop or a closed shop
Cllr Glyn Nightingale was a cabinet member under the Coalition on Redcar & Cleveland Council from 2003 to 2007 when the cabinet was a closed shop
This is surely akin to the recent scandal about Westminster MPs expenses payments and is yet another example of how a closed shop
of so-called democratically elected individuals abuses the system by awarding itself payments which have never been approved by the electorate at large.