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Waule, in a tone of deep melancholy, "if the railway comes across the Near Close; and I shouldn't wonder at the mare too, if she was in foal.
Still, they use it sometimes, and, now and then, one comes across it in popular newspapers.
The way Ings comes across and the way Berahino comes across, you think will there be a problem with Berahino, maybe an attitude problem?
Case referrals will occur between the offices when the NLRB comes across a case involving anti-discrimination (e.
Elizabeth first comes across Sparrow when she falls into the bay, and the pirate comes to her rescue, but he is subsequently arrested and jailed ready for hanging the next day.
Andrewpelis Matt comes across as a very nice bloke but he also comes across as totally inept as regards horseracing.
She comes across as a happy-go-lucky girl who is forever living in a wonderland.
As Inga struggles to survive, she comes across an injured raven and he becomes her constant companion.
Of the two, Colin often comes across as being more in control but, faced with the pressures of life under extreme conditions, a menu of bugs, slugs and Lord knows what else the warped programme makers can extract from some poor beast, then how he performs is anyone's guess.
Blacksite comes across as a mish-mash of Half Life, Call of Duty and Halo, without ever quite rising to the heights of those classics.
Even though fell running is more popular in Cumbria than it is here, I still think we can match whoever comes across," added Wood.
Madsen plays the diabolically evil wife of a man (Jim Carrey) who becomes obsessed with the number when he comes across a mysterious book that seems to be based on his life.