death knell


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death knell

, bell
a bell rung to announce a death
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But a 2-0 loss in which they looked a shadow of the side that had pushed Premier League Stoke City so close in the FA Cup just weeks ago suggests there are A long trip to in-form Dover Athletic was probably FULL REPORT: PAGE 39 Vanarama Conference DOVER ATHLETIC 2 WREXHAM 0 DEFEAT at Dover last night effectively sounded the death knell for Wrexham's season.
It won't be Peel ringing the death knell but the councillors who sit on the Peel Board and those who sit on the Planning Committee for the council.
But Mr Everett told him: "On your watch the death knell is ringing for markets in this city.
Arum said the controversial decision by the 'old f**ts' judges could sound death knell of boxing, and claimed even Bradley's manager believes Pacquiao had won the boxing.
The veteran MP claims the proposal for a site in Southgate could sound the death knell for the town centre.
But Labour's AM for the Vale of Clwyd Ann Jones said: "They are forcing through unpopular reforms and increased privatisation in Westminster, and now in Wales we have Tory candidates promoting the death knell for the NHS.
It would have been the death knell for tourism in the country," the Greek travel agents' association HATTA said in a statement.
Summary: The final death knell is set to be sounded later for the controversial home information packs.
Hearn said: "If there is a sickness in snooker, that's the death knell for snooker unless that sickness is removed, and it will be removed if it exists at all.
The service is already stretched and submitting it to credit crunch market forces under private ownership will sound the death knell.
With last month's death knell of the nation's fifth largest investment bank and over 20,000 job cuts expected in the industry, the city is nervously waiting to see how Wall Street's state of imbalance will impact the real estate industry.
In my opinion the loss of the club would sound the death knell for many pubs and food outlets in the Walton area.