So far, Arsenal have no plans to issue a statement about former disc jockey Burrell's off-the-cuff
announcement, but there are clear indications that officials are upset by the matter and plan to reprimand him.
Here's how Blum--according to Roberta Bernstein's interview in the show's catalogue--did things off-the-cuff
in those earlier, simpler days:
Crenshaw was known to drop in unannounced at adult bookstores to deliver off-the-cuff
lectures to astonished patrons.
"I bought a cheap plastic cassette-recorder and taped some off-the-cuff
ramblings," says Eric Bogosian (in photo) of an experiment in 1978 that put him squarely on the track of a mercurial career as actor, performance artist and playwright.
"This record," wrote McCall in the preface, "is my off-the-cuff
He performed well in what was described as "a lively debate." Perhaps most important were two specific impressions left by the former Alcoa CEO: 1) that his off-the-cuff
remarks on the eve of the G7 expressing ambivalence about the dollar's strength should not be taken seriously; and 2) that he believes G7 coordination plays a positive role for international markets.
Again, avoid any random or off-the-cuff
discussions when meeting with coaches to prepare for the upcoming season.
And one esoteric gambling mechanism even lets the investor bet on which quarter Alan Greenspan will make the off-the-cuff
remark that most spooks the market, just as gamblers have always been able to bet in which round Mike Tyson will knock out Evander Holyfield.
The president and the Congress presumably, but the answer they have been giving seems off-the-cuff
A collar turned up, the brim of a slouch hat turned down, a lazily impudent grin on a face like the map of Ireland, and dancing that was hot and cool all at once, calculated to the degree of resembling an off-the-cuff
improvisation of genius.
This created a forum for students to talk off-the-cuff
with both foundries and suppliers while getting a close look at the industry.
If you cannot understand me, the entire Filipino nation, kayo ang may problema (then that's your problem),' the President said in a recent television interview when asked about his off-the-cuff
remarks in public.