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Indeed, it's 12 months ago tomorrow the Uruguayan sunk his teeth into Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic to seemingly sound the death knell for his Anfield career.
Insurance companies have accomplished lawyers on their side who are capable of making compelling arguments - arguments so seemingly sound that people often feel intimidated and back down without even attempting to fight.
It is certainly bizarre the city council can occupy itself with such a matter or that demolition teams can get to work so efficiently knocking down a seemingly sound historic building when so much else in Benghazi for which the council is responsible does not work.
However, just as with residential mortgages, lending against commercial property has reduced to a minimum, with the knock-on effect of preventing any investment activity by businesses, even when seemingly sound opportunities have arisen.
While I would like to adhere to the seemingly sound advice on carrying a few extra pounds - it makes life a lot easier - I still can't help but worry about the preponderance of evidence on the other side always insisting that too many extra pounds carry too many problems.
An inspection and test drive confirmed it to be as described, with a seemingly sound engine and gearbox and none of the dreaded body-rot.
Irrespective of time or geography, the fragility of seemingly sound relationships are tested to the core when societal pressures challenge one's values and belief structures.
The veteran gelding was dismounted on pulling up but Mercer remounted and came back to the winner's circle with the winner seemingly sound.
Indeed, one of the charms of this book is its disorganization--new issues pop up unexpectedly, while later essays unintentionally call into question seemingly sound points made in earlier essays.
How could such a seemingly sound business philosophy attract waves of controversy?
After years of following the popular pitch to 'buy term and invest the difference,' consumers are now seeing how a market downturn can threaten a seemingly sound financial strategy," said Scott Spiker, CEO of First Command Financial Services, Inc.
While I would like to adhere to the seemingly sound advice of carrying a few extra pounds - makes life a lot easier - I still can't help but worry about the preponderance of evidence on the other side always insisting that too many extra pounds carry too many problems.