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Chris thought the Calling some of the last episodes a "disaster", he said: "People were saying, 'I've got 10 programme had run its course.
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Washington, Feb 24 ( ANI ): Oscar Pistorius' family has said they realise the law should run its course in statement on Saturday after the Paralympic champion was released on bail for allegedly killing his model girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.
While the economic recession is over and economic growth is strengthening, the construction recession may not run its course for another 18 months, hindering an improvement in cement consumption for the next two years according to the most recent economic forecast from the Portland Cement Association (PCA).
GODIVA'S APPRENTICE I asked my new apprentice to take on this task for me, "Check out the alterations on our hotel property", Well it seems she's done a real good job, Made sure all work had run its course, Though perhaps I should have said, It's not the place to take a horse.
He said: "I think New Labour has run its course and we need to evaluate what we've done.
Insects are a natural part of the health of a forest and at times, it is essential to let the life cycle run its course, he says.
Roberts Hurlin says she feels the project has run its course.
Yet if one judges only by the scenes in New Orleans immediately after Hurricane Katrina, one could be forgiven for wondering if Christianity in America had run its course.