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soap wedding, and viewers will again be kept guessing as to whether Marlon and Laurel make it down the aisle in Emmerdale.
I can guarantee that audiences will be kept guessing until the final scene.
Delhiites have been kept guessing by the distribution companies over whether they making huge profits or if they really are running up huge losses and their demand hike tariff is genuine.
We're kept guessing as to what is real and what's an illusion, as Doug goes on the run with resistance fighter Melina (Biel).
Three weeks later, on November 16, 2010, the announcement was made public to a world that had been kept guessing and waiting for so long.
If the finance ministers do succeed in reaching an agreement on Monday, it will provide immediate relief to Athens and financial markets, which have been kept guessing since the bailout package was announced last October.
The boss is open-mind about further additions to an 18-strong squad, particularly as he is being kept guessing about his intentions by goalkeeper Chris Maxwell.
did not define liberal, reformist, or Enlightened Catholicism, so we are kept guessing throughout the volume what he means by these concepts.
But it looks as if we're going to be kept guessing until the last minute.
We're kept guessing if Samir is double-crossing the Americans to avenge his Muslim father, killed in a car bomb, thanks to a fine performance by Cheadle.
As the story progresses, the reader is kept guessing right down to the final chapter.
Investors have been kept guessing by both groups, who have released little information on debt restructuring.