He went on: "There is nothing half-hearted
about what we are doing, there is nothing halfhearted about our campaign, there is nothing half-hearted
about our alliances.
While Conservative group leader David Walker said: "This half-hearted
response further demonstrates the Labour cabinet's inability to fully grasp the problems the city faces and provide the necessary leadership to urgently tackle them."
Now if we skip the idea that Molotov probably deserves a capital I am inclined to question the concept of lobbing firebombs at the constabulary in a "half-hearted
He took part in a half-hearted
'lap of appreciation' after Chelsea's 2-2 draw against Newcastle in their final home game.
There was a chap on the radio this morning giving some half-hearted
reason, telling the listeners that there are cells of people around Wales waiting to spring into action.
Sir Paul Stephenson said sophisticated gangsters of all kinds are using cutting-edge technology to outwit a half-hearted
While the Supplemental Poverty Measure recently announced by the Commerce Department is a step in the right direction, the measure only is a "half-hearted
improvement" toward defining poverty in the U.S.
Summary: Sir Alex Ferguson's apology for his attack on referee Alan Wiley has been criticised as "half-hearted
SFA president George Peat yesterday issued a half-hearted
apology for pinning Scotland's World Cup meltdown on striker Chris Iwelumo.
Although he could do without any more injuries to add to his busy treatment room, the manager believes that a half-hearted
approach could result in more casualties at an time when he is already thinking ahead to next season.
The goal is to live one's life with personal gravitas and gusto, rather than the half-hearted
shambling of someone living as an automaton.
But dollar buying was half-hearted
due to speculation of an additional interest rate cut by the U.S.