The hosts, now without a league win in six games, went ahead in the 20th minute, Bailey letting fly with a 25-yard drive which arrowed into the top corner, leaving Steve Mildenhall grasping at thin air
But it is amazing that scores and scores seem to just vanish into thin air
He says: "David Robertson just produced a pen right out of thin air
If that money was invested in a variable rate regular saving account paying seven per cent gross, they would now have accumulated a lump sum of pounds 3,108 out of thin air
Today's comic books didn't just materialize out of thin air
In their view, government should be able to "help" religion and the wall of separation between church and state should be replaced with thin air
So the spy plane needed to fly at about 70,000 feet: an altitude at which cameras rarely work, human blood evaporates, a lack of oxygen reduces engine thrust, and the thin air
makes it harder to fly.
The well doesn't hold a lot of water and will require periodic refilling, but it's worth it: flowers, such as daylilies, hydrangeas, and rhododendrons, appear to float in thin air
In the village, the singing of the villagers as they collect their harvest is delicately carried on the thin air
, and at dawn the monks blow long ancient horns to fill the valley with powerful low resonance.
In "A Letter to President Eisenhower," he builds on the Czech expression for "made-up" stories, which doesn't translate well to English ("sucked from one's finger"), by describing the character's essay as "made up out of thin air
Now, iPOD owners, who've seen hundreds of dollars worth of music or video files apparently evaporate into thin air
, can link their iPOD to a PC or laptop, and recover all of those files.
These four forward-looking individuals are among a mere handful of MPs - Austin Mitchell is another - who actually understand that 97% of the purchasing power currently in circulation is not created by any public agency (ie, the Treasury, the Bank of England) but must be conjured up out of thin air
in the form of 'loans' from the high-street banks to their customers disappearing back into thin air
as those loans are repaid.