There has been a big collapse
and politics is much more pluralistic and I think the electoral system should reflect that.
It started with TCP and now it seems to be affecting every part of the business leading up to a big collapse
We would have been in a stronger position had we taken all three points but it would take a big collapse
from ourselves and Partick Thistle to let others back into the race.
There was a pretty big collapse
in the nonprofit software market following the dot-com bust and then 9/11.
Let's just say if you put Jawbox, Helmet and Eddie Money into a blender, The Big Collapse
is what you'd get.
There probably won't be a big collapse
against the Bruins, either.
The oil industry is a classic example where the big collapse
in world prices is forcing a rethink of how the industry operates.
According to HSBC economist Mr Jonathan Loynes: "The interesting aspect of this is the fact that, export orders having nudged down only slightly, that big collapse
in the new orders balance appears to have come from the domestic side which up until now h as been helping to prop up manufacturing.
Woods' body language appeared positive when he came off, but his chances of adding to his haul of 14 majors look very slim and totally dependent on a big collapse
He pointed out that the reason for such breaches and big collapse
is that the leadership of Salah al-Din Operations withdrew the Golden Division from Baiji areas and moved it to Tikrit, leaving only the tribal fighters and a brigade of the army and their numbers are very few.
Ms Harman told Andrew Marr: "I think it has been a traumatic thing, this big collapse
in confidence and the crisis over MPs' expenses, but we are going to end up with a much cleaner, better, clearer system and everybody can be confident in that and we can address ourselves to the big challenges facing the country.
It would need a big collapse
from them but we'll keep trying.