On his a third time renewing his request, I plainly perceived that something must be done, or my visage was ruined for ever; I therefore screwed up my courage to the sticking point
, and declared my willingness to have both arms tattooed from just above the wrist to the shoulder.
She needed the sun to mellow and temper her mood to the sticking point
As for me, I was consumed by a secret and burning desire to ask the Story Girl if I might see HER home; but I could not screw my courage to the sticking point
Reid said that negotiators had agreed $38 billion in cuts from current levels for the rest of fiscal year 2011 and a struggle over defunding sexual and reproductive health care provider and advocate Planned Parenthood was the sticking point
The Prime Minister came to a compromise with Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg after the issue threatened to become a sticking point
in the coalition.
The Sticking Point
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Another sticking point
is the length of the ceasefire agreement.
50 per segment booking fee is a sticking point
in negotiations with Sabre and Amadeus.
Whether you are a real estate developer, owner or investor, concerns about potential environmental liability can be a major sticking point
in the transfer of property.
This is a sticking point
and chief executive should be demanding that all these companies get relief from a hugely expensive, time-consuming process, which ultimately does not guarantee that fraud won't occur.
The big sticking point
to Bush's dream of a hemispheric free trade zone stretching from Alaska to Argentina is U.
Consultation on the future of the site will run for 16 weeks, but the major sticking point
is that it will not reopen as a general hospital.