Jim Link, the association's vice president, predicted that the market would stay healthy through 2006, but that the recent buyer frenzy will be replaced by consumers taking their time before taking the plunge
Daredevil pensioner Evelyn Penfold is again taking the plunge
to raise money for charity.
Worries about getting trap five, or even six, are probably stopping more connections from taking the plunge
and seeding their greyhounds middle and, while that is the case, there will still be many races spoiled by such animals running right off from the inside traps.
He warned would-be buyers to be cautious of taking the plunge
and gave a clear indication that there may be further interest rate rises over the coming months.
Nine-year-old swimmers are taking the plunge
in memory of a brave tumour victim.
The new economy offers great opportunity for CPAs, but before taking the plunge
, you need to understand the playing field.
A "The hardest thing for most people about to make a career transition is actually taking the plunge
," says Hattie Hill, CEO of HHE Inc.
He also said "know thy self," meaning one should decide what he or she wants from the market before taking the plunge
Stuart Gregory from Abercynon will be taking the plunge
at five different pools in Rhondda Cynon Taf, on five consecutive days.
Doctors and nurses are taking the plunge
to raise money for charity at a sponsored abseil.
YOUNGSTERS who fancy taking the plunge
can join a new swimming club.
The scene won't be screened until later this year, but it was good to see Sarah taking the plunge
again in her famous role.