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Sabin assumed the puzzled air of one endeavouring to pin down an elusive memory.
Senators are backing an initiative of the Department of Finance (DOF) to conduct lifestyle checks on all its employees, with one saying the move was a simple way to pin down the 'Al Capones,' especially at the Bureau of Customs (BOC) and the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR).
McDonald's DRAMA: Cops pin down is cordoned off, a blue car has both passenger side windows smashed." Officers were called to the McDonald's in St Andrew's Quay at 11.35am by a member of the public who told them a number of shots had been fired.
To write prose like Pam Ayres The funny tale of Ethel Preedy or the Dolly on the Dustcart And capture that twinkle and humour of hers To pin down my words with a change of heart Opportunity knocked for her on ITV A sense of timing a natural gift Reciting poetry on the minstrel show on BBC Pam's poetry gives people's moods a lift Maybe my pinned down words will be set free To release the laughter And the sparkle in me.
Summary: A new recording device with camera being used under a pilot programme by the Dubai Police will help pin down traffic law violators.
B o y f r i e n d C o l i n Chapman, 25, heard her screams and managed to pin down the dog.
They have three days to pin down the location of a lost sacristy, a stronghold that was built by Henry III almost 800 years ago and is said to have housed the biggest collection of treasure this side of the Alps.
Saudi Aramco's chief executive Khalid Al-Falih said on Tuesday that they had yet to pin down the timing for supplying 1 million bpd of crude to China, a target that Sinopec has said would begin next year.
Although changes in the shape of the dip could, in theory, pin down the distance of the object from Earth, the X rays from Scorpius X-1, though intense, weren't bright enough to reveal those changes.
To pin down how DJ-1 interacts with such oxidative stress agents, Nancy Bonini, a professor of biology at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, and her colleagues first identified DJ-1 in Drosophila, which they found exists in two forms: DJ-1[alpha] (expressed primarily in the testes) and DJ-1[beta] (expressed everywhere).
These smart-ass doodles are bawdy in their own way, and unlike the paintings, with their more explicit titles, they are harder to pin down. Here Williams has come full circle, but with a difference.