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And it's come ominously close several times in the past, dramatically close.
Formula One leader Sebastian Vettel avoided a rash of spins and crashes Friday to ominously time quickest in practice for the Japanese Grand Prix as he hunts his fourth successive world title.
The duo memorably met in one of the most enthralling finals in 2004, when Taylor won in sudden death, but there was no repeat of that drama as Taylor ominously swept a nervy looking 17th seed aside 4-1.
The duo memorably met in one of the most enthralling finals of this tournament in 2004, when Taylor won in sudden death, but there was no repeat of that drama tonight as Taylor ominously swept a nervy-looking 17th seed aside 4-1.
Set on the day of the end-of-year school prom, the final episode saw a plucky band of year seven students, and two vengeful year 10 students, stumble into Grange Hill's secret sewer, where they found a bomb left over from the Second World War, which began ticking ominously soon after they arrived.
Ominously he's now setting his sights on winning every event of the year - which naturally includes all four majors.
But ominously for Le Guen, Cayzac then added: "On the other hand, it isn't me who appoints myself - you have shareholders and a board of directors.
It soberly and ominously brought to mind the friend of Cardinal Pacelli, Germany's Msgr.
Ominously for his rivals, Johnson feels his teak-tough gelding is in even better shape than last month.
She adds, ominously, ``I'm sure they didn't throw them away.
Dressed in black, skirtlike pants, the men first slide across the stage ominously.
Calling themselves "urban explorers," these people, mostly young but available in all ages, like to enter society's bygone buildings to take pictures, wander around, and more ominously, vandalize or even set off explosives at the sites.