"When you look at the timing of the Super Bowl, everyone is going to start their diet on January 1 or 2, and then a couple of weeks later you are plowing into one of the largest food parties of the year," says Jennifer Sawyer, marketing/pr guac squad squawker
for Fresherized Food's Wholly Guacamole brand, based in Saginaw, Texas.
, the negotiation venue for European, sell-side block trading, has selected BNP Paribas (BNPP.PA) as its European central settlement provider.
Peering out the window a couple of minutes later I could see Fred, Di, half the family and most of the staff from the yard running from tree to tree trying to persuade the wretched squawker
to come down.
stalker TWO men have called in police after claiming they are being stalked...
like bolos ripe to drag some pampas squawker
to the dust?
ACKLAM TALBOTS (home to Billingham) and HUSTLERS (tba) 2:00, 3:00): Both sides from: Illingworth, Nichols, Hipkins, Francis, Atkin, Pearson, Willoughby, Collins, Dawson, Suggett, Cochran, Wallace, Pain, Johnson, Francis, Alton, Morgan, Tess, Shail, Chucky, Phoenix, Burns, Squawker
, Smith, Shail, Ransome, Docherty, Langrick, Richards, Readman, Francis.
Second up, the leering and irreverent Mancunian Steve Harris shocked a few and also came up with the best squawker
put-down of the night: "Ay, love, where did you learn to whisper?
I wonder if when Charlotte was a 12-year-old singer Mr McCarthy referred to her as a 'pre-teen squawker
', or did he show her the proper respect befitting her undoubted talent.
But that's a fool's dream, unlike Gary Numan's new album Jagged, which is exactly like that, only minus professional squawker
Bolton, loudest squawker
of them all, is reportedly leaving the State Department.
Yep, Cilla the Squawker
threatens to ``relaunch her career''.
In response to these insulting contrasts, Aeschines represents Demosthenes as a high-pitched squawker
(2.157) and calls him a kinaidos, a term that encapsulates the kind of soft, degenerate life he repeatedly charges Demosthenes with living [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 2.88; cf.