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Once we start playing like this and are confident in the roles that we are given, then we can be more unpredictable and the kind of talent we have in the side, if we can be unpredictable as well then that becomes a lethal combination.
In the end, Mao's mercurial and unpredictable nature got him nowhere and held the country back for decades".
Did I mention this is the most unpredictable season yet?
But looking ahead, the company said power station closures, unpredictable station reliability and an uncertain timetable for new power stations suggested they will be in a stronger position in the future.
According to the company, the surcharge is necessary to offset the rapid and unpredictable changes in columbium prices, which is used in the manufacture of some of its specialty alloy products.
But it warned that any more than two unpredictable guests could mean sparks fly and combining just attention seekers and intellectuals would cause a rift in the party.
Sainsbury's claimed the technology will minimise problems associated with unpredictable British summers and reduce waste by 15% during periods of unexpected weather--resulting hi a 1,400 tonne reduction in [CO.
The pessimist would focus on the fact that Corn Products International's business model remains unpredictable and at the whim of external volatility.
The current outbreak of pandemic influenza (H1N1) 2009 demonstrates again how enigmatic, unpredictable and challenging the virus is.
DP World, a leading global marine terminal operator, said that due to unpredictable trends in global trade, the volume of its business has declined 10 per cent in the first four months of 2009.
Green added: "On a domestic front, the market remains competitive and unpredictable.
A YEAR of unpredictable and extreme weather has caused chaos for British wildlife, the National Trust said today.