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"I think he had a problem," said Massa, whose future at Ferrari looks shakier than ever after he scored just 35 points in 12 races.
The rumors get a little shakier when it comes to discussing Kindle Fires of the non-seven-inch variety: Amazon's alleged 8.9-inch Kindle Fire, which tends to jump from being "in" or "not in" the works with every passing month, would theoretically come out toward the end of the year - if it truly exists.
The euro also saw slightly lower use in foreign-currency bank accounts in central and Eastern Europe, where it serves as a more reliable way to save for people whose local currency may be shakier. Despite the decline some 83 percent of foreign currency accounts in the region remained in euros.
A questionable outcome perhaps, given the excruciating state of some economies in the eurozone and a far shakier than expected recovery across
Under a veneer of normalcy that should be the envy of other Arab nations mired in bloodier and shakier transitions, the economic and social causes that sparked the uprising a year and a half ago are far from resolved or even adequately addressed of discussed, cautioned the NGO specialised in analysis of crisis situations.
POBOL Y CWM (S4C) In her battle against cancer Gwyneth makes a big decision without any discussion with Yvonne, which puts their relationship on even shakier ground.
But Republicans are on even shakier ground when they defend oil industry tax breaks that may have been defensible years ago but are no longer necessary.
GEORGE Osborne and David Cameron's insistence that the huge cuts they have imposed will bring down the UK's borrowing costs is looking shakier by the day.
But now things are looking slightly shakier, Kirstie has diversified into making her own cushions and the fourth channel are bringing us the skinny on how the UK is currently in the grip of the worst housing crisis since World War II, with two million families currently on the UK housing list.
Now things are looking shakier, Kirstie has diversified into making cushions and Channel 4 are bringing us the Great British Property Scandal.
Now things are looking slightly shakier, Kirstie has diversified into making her own cushions and Channel 4 are bringing us the Great British Property Scandal.
Despite a fifth consecutive month of growth, the IJG Business Climate Index is looking shakier with the export index, leading and coincident indicators being the first to show signs of buckling.