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The team stopped taking deposits in early January when it appeared they might not have enough season seats to go around.
You'd think there'd be enough transplant kinda-talent in The Bay to go around, but apparently not.
To do this, light is going to have to go around sharp corners," says John D.
I realize that there's not enough money to go around.
We now have a situation where there are too many lines and not enough personal attention to go around.
Did the city offer you a well-paid job to go around city streets taking pictures of people's homes so you could go back to the City Council and act like a second-grader by telling on residents who have fences or hedges that may be too high?
No one cared, there was plenty to go around, and the beer never stopped flowing.
Same story at a women's service magazine: You can't go around and completely piss off and trash Philip Morris without wondering what's going to happen to your Kraft/General Foods [accounts].
While they know that protons moving through the cell membrane power the engine, the scientists seek the mechanism that "causes a rotor to go around and turn a crank," Berg says.
During the busiest times of year, especially with cold weather, there simply aren't enough mechanics to go around, even with overtime.
Simultaneous measurement by the two telescopes would determine the parallax without waiting for the earth to go around in its orbit, and without having to subtract the amount of the star's proper motion that occurs while the earth is going around between the measurements.