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It is now certain that 'big business' is now at the heart of government and who better that the Tories to put out the 'Welcome mat'.
Danny Ayalon, the deputy foreign minister, rolled out the Twitter welcome mat: "Welcome @PamelaDAnderson.
Putting out the welcome mat across the north west region will be private homes, castles, churches, mosques, a former airfield and towns - including St Helens - with hidden treasures.
Rich but worker-starved Singapore has historically rolled out the welcome mat for foreigners, whose numbers rose dramatically in the boom of 2004-2007.
Don t expect folks in the Franconia-Sugar Hill area to be laying out the welcome mat for GOP U.S.
Opening the back door and laying down the welcome mat? I was under the impression that it was only an offence in a public place.
WITH CARPET ONE FLOOR & HOME'S newest welcome mat campaign, everyone--even the family dog--can both celebrate spring as well as help The Breast Cancer Research Foundation and the Canadian Cancer Society.
When the all-Spanish UEFA Cup Final between Sevilla and Espanyol was staged at Hampden last year, Glasgow rolled out the welcome mat to the huge invading army of supporters, laying on screens and fan parks.
"Bugs moved under my welcome mat. If bugs can't read, explain that." Thus begins this fun little poetry book every page of which includes a clever, short poem about a different type of insect.
Consumers nationwide entered their unique pink ribbon welcome mat designs for a chance to be included in Carpet One Floor & Home's Fall 2007 welcome mat collection.
"Oliver Paipoonge had the welcome mat rolled and Thunder Bay didn't.