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"Returns for many service companies are still scraping along well below pre-crash levels."
More than 3,000 metres (around 10,000 feet) above sea level the vehicle has no room for error, its other side just inches from scraping along the rock face, its passengers worriedly monitoring how anxious the driver appears.
"He was just crashing into the poles, scraping along."
I've long been a firm believer in the power of sound being a key factor in the very best of the horror genre; whether it's John Carpenter's iconic Halloween score, Leatherface's chainsaw revving up, Freddy Krueger's glove scraping along walls or the creaky floorboards and howling winds of The Haunting, there have been plenty of disturbing assaults on the ears to send shivers down spines.
We're walking back between the houses, our heads full of thinking like televisions, and our feet scraping along the ground, with our shoelaces left behind.
We chit-chatted until I was served and I discovered she thought credit unions were the province of people like herself , who were scraping along the bottom financially - not "people who had this money thing sorted".
Initially there was little reaction from the driver but then the car slowed down and continued to drive slowly, scraping along the kerb before finally coming to a halt.