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Probably the king of all shortcuts, though, is the Panama Canal--the ultimate manifestation of the "why go around?" philosophy.
Like others in the city, they were planted in the middle of pavements - - prompting complaints from residents who had to go around them.
I would like to say that the person who looks after our area is very good, but he can't go around picking up glass and dogs' mess.
"[Watch] me go around like the [windmill]," said [Mark].
"When I go around and speak to people in my district and ask them what is important to them, 9 out of 10 times people will answer, 'Access to affordable housing.' The same issue that has galvanized the City Council these past few months is an issue that will have long term affects for residents of the city.
According to Human Rights Watch, there is plenty of blame to go around. While the left condemns Israel's full-scale attack on southern Lebanon in response to being purposely baited by Hezbollah, Human Rights Watch also describes a litany of war crimes committed against Israel, including the indiscriminate use of Katyusha rockets against Israeli populations and terrorism.
In an era where there is more than enough food to go around many times over, 852 million people across the world are hungry, up from 842 million in 2003," he noted.
There is more than enough to go around, and getting a portion of that kindles gratitude.
So we have to go around the house (with only emergency lighting to show us the way) finding what rooms are free.
For the belt, cut a length of ribbon long enough to go around the waist with a 4-inch overlap.
Hey, if you're gonna go vegecore you gotta have somewhere to start, and you can't go around destroying make-up factories on an veganarchistcb@email.com