When thinking about the life preserver
example above, does that make any sense to you?
Bottom line: no matter what the water sport may be, wear a life preserver
Things got worse when, in a matter of moments, viewers could see the suspect being towed along behind the tug, clinging to a life preserver
, apparently ready to give up.
She confronted me with it, clinging to me as someone would cling to a life preserver
One property manager describes Neighborhood Networks centers as "the best life preserver
for your equity.
There's also the cast of sub-human characters that inhabit most corporations: an officious office manager who has the ability to simultaneously smile and suck the life out of you; a supply person unwilling to part with his inventory (though, when others aren't looking, he plays with it); and bosses that hang on to the hierarchical structure the way a drowning man would cling to a life preserver
Brickie - dubbed Flight Lieutenant Brick because he can't fly either - was rescued and given an inflatable life preserver
similar to those issued to pilots.
My paltry effects include a series of sacred earaches, a styrofoam life preserver
lifted from an ocean liner, a photo of King Kong in a dress suit, and tales from a wedding night spent rolling around in a famous confederate battlefield's scratchy blood-fed weeds.
Seemingly unconscious, she lies across a life preserver
There is an exception to this normal response, of course-one situation in which you would cling to the Fifth Amendment like a life preserver
Digital Archiving, LLC announces its new archiving service targeted to help baby boomers preserve analog photographs, negatives, slides, 8mm and Super-8 movies, VHS, and more.
Author and financial planner Michelle Perry Higgins wants to throw them a life preserver