So each spring, approximately 3 billion migratory birds that spend the winter in South America or southern North America turn tail
and fly to the boreal forest.
In Grants Pass, Guthrie was let go after penning for the 16,987- circulation, family-owned Daily Courier an acerbic column, titled "When the going gets tough, the tender turn tail
," that criticized a number of people, especially Bush.
But neither is this the time to turn tail
. When you get down to it, retail expansion and aggressive strategic planning have a lot in common with investing in the market--both are long-term endeavors.
But one look at Derby was enough for his Missus to turn tail
. And Francesco pulled out - just as Roberto Baggio did.
So my daddy bailed him, and when Floyd got out, damned if he didn't turn tail
and jump bond.
"i'm not going to turn tail
after five months here and say i didn't know what to expect.
It almost makes me want to turn tail
and return to my dhobi in Dubai who appears at my door whenever I require his services.
That the West's leading media outlets turn tail
, largely ignoring the problem or criticizing Hedegaard and others for raising legitimate issues in the first place, is hardly better.
In a split second decision I felt forced to turn tail
and run for it!