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But a steady trickle of defections has reduced his majority to the point that one or two waverers could inflict a defeat in the confidence vote, expected as late as midnight.
My message to any waverers is that this is the start of something special under Mowbray and they should get on board.
BOOKMAKERS Betfred, who were yesterday declared victorious in the race to buy the Tote in the first material change of ownership since the statebacked betting operator was set up in 1928, will win the hearts and minds of racing's waverers by showing them the money.
Ultimately, results and performances on the pitch help dictate numbers as well and while this was not a match to remember and to persuade any waverers, it should be put into the context of the season as a whole.
Katherine Jenkins - Believe THE "bonus track" - Adagio - added to the end of this latest CD from Katherine Jenkins might make waverers wonder what's wrong with the first dozen songs on offer.
Just as importantly, after conducting a global survey, FOTA aim to improve F1 as a spectacle, making it more transparent not just for the die-hard fans, but the waverers and uninitiated they are hoping to attract.
Pringle writes in his article for the Telegraph that there was a break for dinner 90 minutes later, with only some of the players entering the marble-floored lobby, suggesting there were waverers.
The authors keep things simple, focusing on potential waverers from the cause and reminding readers of the sources of their discontent in the form of the familiar demons: President George H.
Friedman's campaign involved just a bit more than rhetoric, though his lucid and engaging prose style certainly helped to convince the waverers.
His accessible style means that Spowers is sure to reach a wide audience, and if Rising Tides cannot call the environmental waverers to action, nothing will.
The following groups were identified: (1) excluded underachievers (they wanted a part-time job but could not find one); (2) discouraged workers (they remained in school for lack of other options); (3) educationally focused nonworkers (they deliberately chose not to work but to instead focus on school or other interests); (4) busy aspirants (they worked but were also focused on school); and (5) higher education waverers (they enrolled in post-16 education but were not dedicated to education progression).
Brown is said to have personally intervened with backbench waverers to ensure he carried the vote.