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What the next step will be is anybody's guess. This article is adapted from an article by Mr.
Jonathan Meades on France (BBC Four, Wednesday, 9pm) * WHAT the French will make of this new series (if they get a chance to see it) is anybody's guess.
How this will be possible without ripping the bags and spreading waste all over the street, is anybody's guess.
Roberto Mancini's goalgreedy charges are in Sunday afternoon action again today as they travel to Liverpool and the final score is anybody's guess.
This year, it's anybody's guess who will land the most coveted prize in British music, though the smart money is on two previous winners - and the woman-of-themoment, Adele.
Summary: SHARJAH -- Many restaurants seek donations purportedly in the name of offering free iftars to the poor people, but whether these are actually used for the purpose or not is anybody's guess.
In the first three months of 2011 nationwide home values declined 3 percent quarter-over-quarter, the largest drop since the depths of the recession in 2008, and it's anybody's guess how far they'll ultimately fall, according to a Zillow.com report cited by Marketplace.
As the case ends, it's anybody's guess as to who's lying - but Rhys finally chooses a side.
But now, the Doctor and his friends must try to find a way out of the wreckage of a crashed space liner - how they're going to do that before the Weeping Angels close in on them is anybody's guess. However, they seem considerably lucky in comparison to poor old Amy.
It's anybody's guess whether the corporate field or John Doe is going to have the worst of it in the coming 12 months.
Some quoted about 45k for a 15 day worth of work with two resources (ofcourse the quality of the resources could be anybody's guess.) Some even quote prices which they would ask an American MNC (not sure what they are thinking)
The rest is anybody's guess. The villagers were arrested on charges of preventing the teachers from discharging their duties and threatening to kill them.