This maneuver uses a smidgen
less yarn and tightens everything up perfectly
DOWN: 1 Magnums 2 Chutzpah 3 Arch 4 Open-cast 5 Oslo 6 Cycle 8 Short-change 13 Hat-trick 14 Teetotal 15 Smidgen
18 Patch 20 Save 21 Crew.
Sydney's S&P-ASX 200 retreated a smidgen
So let's say that's PS508,000 per aircraft in total, just a smidgen
over PS1m per mission.
So Blues walking into Goodison Park today wondering what lies in store should take heart from the ambitious verdict of adopted Evertonian Sylvester Stallone, and Robert De Niro who reckon, with perhaps a smidgen
of tongue-in-cheek, that Roberto Martinez's men will beat Norwich 17-0.
Perhaps Nizam Yacoub's endless rants about America's supposed crimes and putative Zionist conspiracies might be taken a smidgen
more seriously if he didn't make mistakes such as placing Charles Taylor in Rwanda.
The 27-year-old requires six bottles of French Grand Cru Classe Pomerol wine, a selection of Mexican beers, some Russian vodka, a smidgen
of Champagne, and a couple of mixers backstage at every gig.
ONE thing I will give Mr Cameron and Mr Clegg a smidgen
of credit for: going back to a proper name for the department for education, namely the Department For Education.
The only drawback is that, for faces coming out of winter, it might be a smidgen
dark for some skin tones.
Channeling a smidgen
of your posh inner grandma should never be discouraged.
With both teams' chances of qualifying for the tournament's quarter-finals from Pool Four already extinguished, only a second-placed finish in the group and a smidgen
of pride were at stake.
Chicago) mathematical introduction to the basic theory of games, both cooperative and noncooperative, is designed as a textbook for undergraduate students who have completed a year of calculus and have a smidgen
or two of linear algebra and probability; advanced calculus or real analysis would permit a more mathematical reading.