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weather eye

the vision of a person trained to observe changes in the weather
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So let's keep a weather eye on developments Down Under and see if there are lessons to be learned from their experiences which Bahrain can draw on to make its own public services more efficient, civil in service, and genuinely helpful to the public, be they citizens, investors or tourists.
In "Keep a Weather Eye on the Horizon: A Navy Officer Retention Study," Commander Guy M.
Worcester and Worcester County have come through much worse than this many times before, but the Labor Day weekend storm is a reminder to all that vigilance -- keeping a weather eye out -- is always a good idea.
But the offering at the moment remains US centric and while it might attract the kind of cult following seen in the UK by Breaking Bad , a weather eye should be kept on local web offerings such as the BBC's own premieres on the iPlayer.
With, I suspect, a weather eye on the Tour de France, Smith and Graham have combined to tell the story of sixty year old Monsieur Albert's bicycle race around France.
While a weather eye on costs is understandable when the advertising market is depressed, the spectre of the downturn is supposed to have upped sticks and left.
Therefore, I will keep a weather eye on how the authorities deal with a story in the GDN, 'Al Asala condemns cleric for inciting hate' (January 22), about the reportedly vituperative, hatred-stirring address on Friday by Al Wefaq cleric Shaikh Isa Qassim.
With a weather eye on the gathering clouds, they foresee a perfect storm, the confluence of bad politics, weak economics and non-deterministic social unrest.
But the CEO of a large credit union known for not charging any ATM fees at all said his credit union is maintaining the fee-free policy but will keep a weather eye out for trouble.
The kayakers need only paddle a few hundred feet from the ramp to be on this flat, but the paddlers need to keep a weather eye open because this flat is very exposed to winds from the west or south.
All over South Wales the public and those who cater for them have been keeping a weather eye open.