Nayyar Abbas said that children are the future of the nation and after completion of their education they practically take steps for the eradication of child labour and overplay
with the working class.
"I didn't want to overplay
and really hammer it in to Danielle that she should keep me in the house because when three on the other side of the house tell you you're going to come off the block, it doesn't seem like a situation where you should overplay
and potentially ruin a good thing that you already have going," he explained.
Building co-operation and good relations with neighbouring countries is a good thing and Anastasiades should be applauded for his initiatives, but he should resist the temptation to overplay
the importance of such agreements.
I tend not to overplay
it, really, because we haven't achieved anything.
"The pitch wasn't great and that means if you overplay
on it you are going to find trouble."
The England international believes Europa League qualification is out of reach despite the Toffees' recent resurgence and does not want to overplay
a potential late-season fight for position with the club's arch-rivals.
Yes, they're overplaying his death: but with the 24/7 news cycle, the TV press, with the print journos in tow, overplay
almost any story, especially those that have a high "fluff" factor.
In a restructuring, therefore, it is important for the debtor to use its weakness to its advantage to obtain the relief it needs, but not to overplay
"I wanted a venue to play fast and fancy licks without being retarded--its basically just a good excuse to totally overplay
So, we don't have to think about that anymore, but one hopes that B[B.sub.3]'s overplay
of politics will not lead to its neglect in a conservative backlash of pure formalism--already apparent in a spate of painting shows in Germany last year.
She shows that Luther himself was keenly aware of the usefulness of the Reuchlin affair in maintaining the groundswell of sympathy that had greeted his own earliest pronouncements on religion, though she may overplay
somewhat the deliberateness with which he exploited the situation.
Unlike many current volumes looking at the hip-hop scene, Ramsey's book does not attempt to overplay
the thug facet of the music, only briefly touching on the hardcore and lewd, but taking more space to indicate its creativity as an art form.