He unlocked the box and dipped Michael out with the customary strangle-hold
on the neck.
The cold war between the Saudi-led Arab bloc and Qatar had put a strangle-hold
on the number of Qatari pilgrims able to reach Mecca by Aug.
But Saddam's ouster in 2003 cracked Baghdad's strangle-hold
on the country he used toxic gas to suppress Kurds shortly after an early 1991 war with the US to liberate Kuwait from Iraqi occupation since August 1990 and Kurdish aspirations for independence picked up steam in March 1991).
For this, President Erdogan and his aggressive son-in-law Berat Albayrak, a tycoon who is Turkey's minister of energy, are relying on the ENR, one of the most powerful bodies directly linked to the White House, and the EU's Energy Commission whose priority is to find alternatives to Russia in view of Putin's strangle-hold
The Swans strengthened their strangle-hold
on eighth place in the Premier League leaving the Potters and West Ham trailing six points behind them whilst the showing, an untypical game of two halves from the home side, also set whispers of European football buzzing about the Liberty Stadium.
grew when Lichfield prop Justine Lucas grounded from a rolling maul down the left, McLean's goal-kicking radar unusually off-beam.
And this suggestion of trying to improve the system while remaining wholly within it, is impractical because the persons holding a strangle-hold
on the system and exploiting its weaknesses are unlikely to be willing to plug the loopholes.
Juan Ponce Enrile and Fidel Ramos jumped ship and challenged Marcos' strangle-hold
on the nation.
STANISLAS Wawrinka will bid to break the 'Big Four' strangle-hold
on grand slam silverware after edging Tomas Berdych 6-3 6-7(1) 7-6(3) 7-6(4) in a serving war on Thursday to reach the Australian Open final.
An approach into Hosea Kutako International Airport late Tuesday afternoon, again demonstrated the strangle-hold
the reigning weather pattern has on our rainfall season.
EU countries support fracking in Algeria's deserts as an alternative to Russia's gas strangle-hold
had a strangle-hold
on publishers, it could charge pretty much whatever it wanted; now that times are different, it has to come up with new revenue to offset disaffected newspapers.