O'Connor needs little excuse to digress
, making this more of an overview of an Irish Flat season than an exercise in making money'
The teacher might digress
a little, but is largely dependent upon the basal to provide the objectives, learning opportunities, and evaluation procedures within a certain sequence or order.
The younger the swimmer, the more likely he will be to digress
from good basic skills.
I think only editors would shoot fish in a barrel, but I digress
because that's exactly what I'm going to do.
, readers may have noticed this newspaper's Chip Le Grand filing stories on Yevgeny "The Big Potato" Kafelnikov.
They add: [Friedman] didn't digress
into why he personally had wanted to wager $300,000, several times the annual salary of a college professor .
Maximum temperature is 39 degrees Celsius, and minimum is 28 digress
Celsius, while maximum relative humidity is 70% and minimum is 20%.
Though the book is extensive in its research and information, it does tend to digress
, which at times can make it difficult to read.
Rodolfo Biazon that "President (Aquino) could not afford to digress
from the official government position on the dispute as already expressed by the Department of Foreign Affairs.
That pretty much came about due to a rushed production schedule in an attempt to hit a release date rather than simply make a good film, but I digress
But I digress
- the radio motormouth is said to be adamant that Miriam's pitch wasn't a vote for the eventual winner John Hume - but a vote for herself
He said the company had made "new arrangements" to allow operations to continue but could not digress