It's a refreshing change when things go pear-shaped on the opposite side of the counter, and the down-at-heel
shoes are on the other foot.
More that of a down-at-heel
town somewhere in the developing world.
An imaginative scheme, with housing and retail, will help to transform a particularly down-at-heel
part of Birmingham and provide fresh ammunition for the council to refute criticism that regeneration on the edges of the city centre has slowed to a snail's pace.
McDonald's UK sales have fallen for the past five years amid consumer backlash against obesity, the down-at-heel
image of many of its outlets and negative perceptions about the quality of fast food.
If the once down-at-heel
Birmingham can transform itself into such a vibrant and cosmopolitan city, why can't Coventry?
chambermaid lived on a building site.
Thankfully, the producers of Friends don`t allow storylines to revolve around their special guests too much, so we'll also see a humbled Chandler accept a down-at-heel
job at a shoe company and Ross face up to the person who mugged him as a child.
UNWANTED pets were fed to snakes at down-at-heel
Glasgow Zoo, staff claimed last night.
For Kossoff, it has remained that dreary, down-at-heel
, wind tossed place, its people existing on the pavement's edge, herded into the Underground, wetting their white skins in the chlorinated waters of a public pool, sitting bereft on a park bench, mortgage refused, their pet dog dead.
The vision is to redress the decline in Gateshead over recent decades which has resulted in poor modern development in an urban core that is generally regarded as down-at-heel
In the midst of the great depression of the 1930s, people are disappearing from the shanty town in Central Park that thousands of down-at-heel
New Yorkers call home.
DERELICT: Karen Williams in the down-at-heel
entry behind her house