Wallace denied authorities had lost track of the "ghost" fighters, adding: "We are seeing in dribs and drabs
some coming into Turkey, maybe trying to get back to us here.
We are seeing, in dribs and drabs
, some coming into Turkey, maybe trying to get back to us here.
Why all these dribs and drabs
over the years about the use of the Welsh language in Wales?
They arrived in a hurry, in dribs and drabs
, bussed as far away as Devon, exposed to hostile media limelight, and accused by politicians of being adult frauds.
Murray said: "Doncaster have had a lot of injuries and players coming back in dribs and drabs
You have to suspend your disbelief to accept that one group of boys, who appear in dribs and drabs
, summoned by the conch shell blown by Ralph (Luke Ward-Wilkinson), have managed to hang onto their mortar boards.
He said yesterday: "We've got a bit of rain, 12-15mm I think, coming tomorrow but after that just dribs and drabs
Nurses trickle into the meetings in dribs and drabs
, listen and contribute with fervour, and then place their vote.
The structure doesn't work-the film tries to tell us the story of what happened in 1983 in dribs and drabs
, through a reenactment that keeps getting interrupted by Petrov's significantly less interesting road trip.
But against Salford everything was individual and in dribs and drabs
The Bank has offered us discounts of e1/422,000 and e1/466,000; these would not be deducted straight away from our highly inflated mortgages but essentially we would get it back in dribs and drabs
over the remaining period of the mortgage.
No, I am not that good" Celebrity cook Prue Leith "If ever there were major corporations who deserve a fall because of their puffed-up vanity and self-serving ambition, it is internet giants like Facebook and their ilk" Former Labour Cabinet minister Jack Straw "If Andrew Mitchell had shown some humility, said he had lost his temper, and was not sure what he had said but was sorry, he would still be in the Government" Michael Fabricant, Tory MP and a former whip "The way it looks to me, short of a nationwide earthquake, is that we will have four dribs and drabs
parties" Writer Frederick Forsyth, predicting another coalition after the next general election "Income inequality is the giant of our time, which we must slay" Dr John Sentamu, Archbishop of York