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Rising prices have sparked opposition-backed street protests and left the government little elbowroom to push through financial reforms such as easing fuel price controls.
Any earlier, she'd have had to fight for elbowroom.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Takeo Kawamura criticized Hatoyama, saying, ''We don't have the political elbowroom to hold soppy discussions,'' referring to Hatoyama focusing the debate on the ''importance of human lives.
6 cubic feetAuand the cabin has more elbowroom than the neighborhood bar.
Oil prices at US$60 per barrel still provide enough elbowroom for GCC countries to maintain the growth momentum.
We want to give ourselves some elbowroom so we don't have to live hand-to-mouth," said Mr Holmes, who was speaking ahead of the publication today of TMP's annual report.
However, the handicapper has begun to relent and although Cosmopolitan may have been the obvious eyecatcher in this race, Folly Lodge had even less success in her search for elbowroom.
Rather than become permanently lost, the exhausted Will takes his place in the crowd, fighting for elbowroom in a St.
There's plenty of space inside with ample head and elbowroom and, when the back seats aren't in use, an impressive 576 litres of storage space beneath the luggage cover.
The Roman elite female had more power and political elbowroom than her Athenian or other Greek counterparts.
You will find enough elbowroom in most Midwest public hunting areas to make for a quality experience.
But Augustus did not seek space just for the sake of elbowroom, or fresh land, or new economic opportunities; he sought peace, holiness, and love.