By banning more powerful e-cigarettes, we will make it harder for people to move off
Bus driver Mr Noctor said: "As I got down there I could hear the doors beeping as the driver was about to move off
, but at the time what that meant hadn't really sunk in - I was more bothered about reaching the kid.
The Gulf Daily News reports that the project, inaugurated by Deputy Prime Minister Shaikh Khalid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, gives eligible applicants the option to move off
the housing waiting list and buy a house either off-plan from an approved list of private developers,
30am and move off
for a service of remembrance at the Garden of Remembrance, in Station Road, at 11am.
In the days of a conductor, you would know when the bus was ready to move off
as you would hear the signal of two bells.
MARC WILLIAMS' goal just after the interval was enough for Wrexham to see off Lincoln and move off
The fourth dunk -- a windmill over the table -- was a bit anticlimactic because Robinson missed nine straight times before landing a one-handed spin move off
Not only did the 1996 welfare "reform" law heighten the already harsh and punitive attitudes toward poor women raising children on their own, newly incorporated restrictive elements severely hampered, and in some cases eliminated, these women's ability to move off
welfare and into stable, well-paying jobs and careers.
Maddie did move off
the sofa to hit Target for some accessories.
She tells The Out Traveler that the choice was also "a move off
the Gay Games calendar, in deference to them.
Swindon boss Iffy Onuora (above) was indebted to keeper Rhys Evans, who denied Leon Britton, Sam Ricketts and Andy Robinson in the first-half as the hosts' earned a point to move off
A YOUNG Brora side stunned the hosts at the start of the second half to claim the points and move off
the foot of the table.