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So, time to batten down the hatches
ahead of the inevitable recession?
Huddled in one tent (because Tim forgot his), the grumpy holidaymakers batten down the hatches
, but things are about to get very turbulent...
Given that Tor Skullerud's men are the away side tonight, expect them to batten down the hatches
IT'S ALL TURNED SOUR FOR DAN TIME for Essex pub quiz magnate Daniel Lassman to batten down the hatches
at The Apprentice last week as Alan Sugar had him in his squinty sights.
Schools were to stay closed and travel warnings were issued along Mexico's southern Pacific coast on Monday as a region still reeling from record flooding battened down the hatches
against a major hurricane moving toward the shore.
Having battened down the hatches
during the economic storm, many buyers are now sitting on significant war chests, and this renewed confidence is beginning to tempt them back on the acquisition trail."
"But this year has taught us that when the criticism comes, we need to really batten down the hatches
and make sure we get results.
Graeme Leach, chief economist at the IoD, said: "Business is battening down the hatches
During the first-half, the Seasiders, who lost just one game in lifting the South Wales Amateur League title, battened down the hatches
into the wind.
COMPANIES are discovering the conventional response to recession - battening down the hatches
and waiting for business as usual to return - is a formula for failure.
Summary: Israel battened down the hatches
at its main airport Thursday, awaiting hundreds of pro-Palestinian activists as Greece blocked the last boat in a scuppered campaign to ship aid to the Gaza Strip.