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Having scored two headed goals to put Blues 2-0 up, he was loitering with intent at every opportunity in the opposition box.
tCEhoi After an uncharacteristic miscontrol from Leighton Baines gave Stoke City a corner on the right, Matthew Etherington's deep delivery was headed clear by Diniyar Bilyaletdinov only as far as Dean Whitehead, loitering with intent on the edge of the area.
"There were plenty of people loitering with intent! Students were asking the exhibitors how they had got into this."
At other times as a stereotypical chav, in tracksuit and hoodie, with her fictional partner Tom Goddard - whose work is also included here - loitering with intent in a rundown shopping centre.
``It's quite strange to see all these expectant mothers loitering with intent when we don't even have a maternity department,'' she said.
IN the same way that his presence has annoyed his fellow housemates, Big Brother's Jason is still loitering with intent in the show's outright betting, writes Phil Agius.
'But we are there loitering with intent and if one of them trips up then hopefully we be able to go for the jugular.
Pollitt was equal to it and scrambled off his goalline with Michael Branch loitering with intent in the six-yard box.
In more recent years he's penned the acclaimed first two tomes in his autobiography, "Loitering With Intent"; scored a great stage success with "Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell," playing the real-life alcoholic Fleet Street journalist; and appeared in an eccentric mix of big- and small-screen efforts.
And then Sproule's delightful cross slipped in from the right and intended for Andy Crawford who was loitering with intent was cleared at the last moment by the alert Liam Fleming.
The only difference this time was that Legg's in-swinger went to the far post where Peter Thorne was loitering with intent to grab an easy goal with his head from a yard out.
But it has been loitering with intent throughout the campaign, its noise becoming louder the nearer the final race.