While fundamentals are being supported by recovering capital expenditures, the digital consumer electronics boom and growing overseas market share, these sectors will continue to be hobbled
for the foreseeable future by the renewed strength in the yen and a consolidating US market.
around on a cane and most everyone thought it was part of the show, peg-leg pirate stuff.
But Dyer hobbled
off in the dying stages after feeling a spasm in the muscle originally damaged against Portsmouth.
That's a fortune by El Trapiche standards, but the lack of intellectual and human capital could keep the greenhouse hobbled
for some time--and wilt Fox's development plan.
His murderous rebuke to the uncertain young women who had ever so tentatively set out to push cultural boundaries, probably hobbled
the country's evolving cultural mores as the 20th century dawned.
by multiple sclerosis, he retired from journalism early--in 1991.
This all bears repeating because we continue to see expensive, supposedly professionally designed newsletters hobbled
by expanses of barely readable sans serif body text.
Institutional, or state-centered arguments," in contrast, posit that states with significant bureaucracies and great financial capacities tend to encourage social spending, whereas countries with fragmented, hobbled
political processes typically are niggardly.
Three minutes later, Saints gave McGinty his debut after Mark Yardley, hobbled
In her solo, Light Part 8 (reprised in August for the San Francisco Butoh Festival; see Reviews, page 71), the image of Takei skittering gleefully, hobbled
by the garments she had tied herself up in, was unforgettable.
JOHN HARTSON led Coventry to a comfortable win - then hobbled
off in pain at Bellfield Park yesterday.
In lieu of crutches, the father graciously allowed me to lean on him as I hobbled
out of the health club.