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Sturrock said: ``Unless the situation gets even worse we will just go with what we'vegot for now.
For 2003 it gets even better for companies struggling with increasing health insurance premiums.
Leavin and her house get to be the subject of an entire body of work by a hot young artist whom Leavin helps make hot, and the artist gets even hotter.
Paul Jewell accused his boys of being afraid of scoring after the defeat at Southampton, which is about as nonsensical as it gets even from a football manager.
A reminder that, as competition gets even tougher, the winners will be those who offer consumers the care and quality of life they want at a price they can afford.
Courting a donor gets even harder when you factor in the uncertainties that face every new artistic endeavor: the possibility of failure, the relatively short life of most dance works (most of which disappear in a few years from company reps), and the danger that donors new to dance may neither fully understand nor deeply appreciate the finished product; the issue of individual taste often creates complications.
And when you mix in our teenage children, it gets even more complicated.
GREAT EXPECTATIONS has long been acknowledged as one of Dickens' best, but it gets even better under the smooth voice of narrator Martin Jarvis, an actor who was named Reader of the Year in the UK and who lends his passionate voice to this brilliant unabridged recording.
FRANCE and Germany's close relationship gets even closer as President Jacques Chirac hugs Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder in Paris yesterday.
A difficult situation gets even more complicated when the writer has to research an article on male prostitution.