edge close to

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When the woman rang police again she was found near to the cliff edge close to Target Rock.
As a result, Zain will be able to increase data speeds at the cell edge close to neighboring cells, where interference and signal loss can impact the subscriber experience to meet the evolving demand from its customers, and in turn support the growth of its business and customer base.
Tearful Ranieri saw his side edge close to the title after begging Vardy to get him a goal.
Major-General Khalil Ibrahim Al Masouri, Assistant Commander-in-chief of Dubai Police for Criminal Investigation Affairs, said the man's modus operandi was to edge close to men in crowded markets, slash their pockets with a blade and steal their wallets and mobile phones.
RENTS EDGE CLOSE TO ALL-TIME HIGH PRIVATE rents have reached their second highest levels since 2008 as activity returns to the sector, a major lettings network reports.
Everton are close to having a fully-fit squad for tomorrow's clash with Alan Pardew's Champions League chasing outfit, as Leighton Baines, Darron Gibson and Phil Neville all edge close to match fitness.
On most occasions as government officials seem to edge close to signing up, Egypt's army has indicated its reluctance.
And bookies feel they can edge close to that aim by collecting another three points at Tranmere, Coral installing them as 5/4 favourites and Betdaq making the hosts 3.
Dai Rees (35), Woolls (33), Owen (31) and Matthew Close (23) all helped Tondu edge close to the Penarth total but they were bowled out 25 runs short.
WAYNE ROONEY and Jermain Defoe both hit doubles in the six-goal rout of Andorra that saw England edge close to securing their place at South Africa 2010.
Success for Stoute in this pounds 90,000 mile-and-a-quarter Group 3 would see his win-and-place prize-money total edge close to the six-figure mark and improve a record that has already seen him notch almost 30 victories since the end of April.