It always makes me emotional when I sing Crystalise
as it describes my most troubled time and has the most meaning to me.
is the name of the lead track taken from Bailey's upcoming EP, which is due for release later this year.
Of even more concern was the fact that 81% of drivers had never been asked whether they had busi-ness insurance for the vehicle He adds: ``The proposed corporate manslaughter legislation will crystalise
the position, but it means that employers have to show they have complied with the Health and Safety Executive Driving at Work recommendations, '' heargues.
Small investors in the UK were urged not to panic and crystalise
losses by selling shares.
The Christmas period will certainly crystalise
Although I suggest the culture is endemic in ``Liverpudlians'' it does need somewhere to crystalise
and give it form as the world-famous Cavern before it was demolished.
Perhaps the Hitzlsberger case will crystalise
our thoughts as we need to put in proper support structures.
Brazil is looking to crystalise
[maintain] its existing infrastructure and build new infrastructure.
And although formal agreement is not expected until late November, the talks are expected to crystalise
the views of EU member states on some of the key issues such as de-coupling of support payments, modulation and milk quotas.
This charge has been required as it has become clear from the disposals process for these businesses that the group will not be able to crystalise
their carrying value.
There is nothing that will bring people together and crystalise
their feeling of pride in being Welsh more than a successful football club, " he said at the time.
They might crystalise
not directly into Rangers Football Club but into one of the holding companies of the current owner - but it could be deemed that they were for the benefit of the club.