eleventh hour


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In the Eleventh Hour Patrick Stewart plays a problem-solving physics professor who is called on by the Government to avert disasters caused by scientific developments.
So we have a history - people are already starting to talk," jokes Patrick, as he and the Comedy Award-winning Extras star team up for gritty new ITV1 thriller series Eleventh Hour.
We found out about the tree in the eleventh hour, actually the eleventh and a half hour, and we just couldn't come up with a way to save it," recalls conservation district director Bill Brash.
Also surprising was the invitation extended to Virginia Tech; until the eleventh hour, Virginia Tech was not coveted by the ACC.
ACIP has come under criticism for withdrawing support at the eleventh hour and for apparently criticizing the primate.
However, one kind- hearted organiser stepped in at the eleventh hour to put her name at the top.
I wish I could feel better about the lesbian element that Lynch works into the mix at the eleventh hour.
Clearly if the recent events stimulate Government financial intervention in this field, it will be in the old cliche the arrival of the cavalry at the eleventh hour.
Congress is attaching anti-environmental riders to spending bills at the eleventh hour, and those riders are directly connected to campaign contributions from industry.
At the eleventh hour, following all-night negotiations, the owners and players finally agreed how to divide the bonanza that has made the players, who earn an average salary of $2.
Performing for the last time, Ichino was partnered by an injured Nixon, who at the eleventh hour had to reduce the demands of his role and rechoreograph some of his scenes (other dancers performed the lead roles in the remaining four performances).
Hearts boss Jim Jefferies has launched an eleventh hour bid to sign free Dundee United star Ray McKinnon.