Warning central banks that they could lose independence if they rely on current methods to prop up their respective economies, the former Conservative Party leader said, 'Central banks collectively have now indeed lost the plot
The first thing I would say is that Delhi has lost the plot
Tottenham lost a goal then lost the plot
mentally, so then all of a sudden, all the talent they have in that side just went by the way and they ended up not only losing the game, but doing the strangest thing I've ever seen a Tottenham side do, and that's get nine players booked and make some quite ferocious tacklese.
The Kumasi Asante Kotoko star lost the plot
when the ref played just two minutes of stoppage-time during last week's 1-0 league defeat by Hearts of Oak.
There was a key area on 36 minutes and 15 seconds where it is clearly identified that the referee lost the plot
and started to get things wrong from there on out," Maynard said.
Granted, Ford isn't the only domestic that has lost the plot
over the years, but the work it began on the Lincolns is a starting point for its recovery, as well as an example for all the other automakers that want to stick around as the competition heats up.
As for the character development, quite apart from the loss of complexity, The L Herd appears to have completely lost the plot
GARY ANDERSON lost the plot
but Robert Thornton found Premier League salvation.
He said: "He seemed crazy, lost the plot
, lost control.
And by the end of Losing the Plot, it's certain theatre-goers won't be walking away thinking they've lost the plot
, but that they have witnessed a unique theatre performance.
A game of greed, excess, bankruptcies and cynicism has lost the plot
If that's still the plan then NYPC may just have lost the plot
- because an opening hat-trick of New Wave disco driven Lost A Girl, indie funk pop powered Chaos, and the irresistible 80s-accentuated title track fair scream chart success.