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New Delhi [India], June 3 (ANI): A massive security lapse was detected on an Air India flight after a gaping hole was found in the aircraft carrying around 225 passengers.
Potholers explore Gaping Gill, the largest cavern in Britain DANNY LAWSON
"Such chickens will show a symptomatology of open mouth breathing, gaping, difficulties in breathing and often death if not treated.
Mr Field, chairman of the Work and Pensions select committee, said: "These data reveal a gaping hole in the country's safety net."
Chelsea will find a gaping hole because he has gone, I'm sure of that."
Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper said: "These figures expose the gaping holes in the Government's immigration policy.
In this study, we compare the gaping behavior (gape distance, gape frequency, and role of gaping on ambient water pH) and time to mortality of adult C.
"In the past, feedback sessions have found that many of our customers have had issues with their shirt buttons gaping open to reveal their undergarments," said M&S collections head of design Neil Hendy.
"Daisy's death has left a gaping hole in our lives - the kids just want their little sister back.
YOUR correspondent BI Bagnall was complaining about "gaping holes in the city" in relation to the demolition of the Bank of England building (Views of the North, December 6).
THE widow of a man killed by a shark on their dream honeymoon in the Seychelles last night said his horrific death had left a "gaping hole" in her heart.