However it did give rise to a rather good wheeze.
His latest wheeze is to turn his police officers into bounty hunters by awarding them " points for pulls " .
If writing games is such a jolly wheeze why is playing them so moronic?
It may seem to be an awfully clever wheeze to some Whitehall spin doctor to " bury bad news " in this way.
Recurrent wheeze is often interpreted as asthma, but asthma is by no means the only cause of wheeze.
Rob and John, for example, are planning the wizard wheeze of jumping from the roof of London's Park Lane Hilton.
Wheeze a child does sleep alone, caregivers should hear no snoring or other wheezing sounds at night.
Wheeze means salmeterol is used to prevent asthma attacks, wheezing, chest tightness or shortness of breath, rather than to relieve them.
Wheeze might help to explain the link between RSV bronchiolitis and wheezing in later childhood.
Wheeze with breathlessness is asthma.
Wheezed in the last twelve months.
Wheezed up and croaked He's swallowed so much sand His blinking carburetors choked!
Wheezed when he walked, and spluttered food when he talked.
Wheezedence is also used to describe the frequency of events such as wheezing attacks and hospital admissions.
Wheezeies investigating the introduction of solids in relation to ever wheezing came to conflicting results.
Wheezeitudinal studies demonstrate that maternal smoking is associated with an increased incidence of wheezing illness, particularly at younger ages.
Wheezen>Wheezing in children is most often caused by colds rather than by asthma.
Wheezerange wheezing noise was heard near the window end of the room, rather like someone struggling for breath.
Wheezetoms of allergy include rash, wheezing, shortness of breath, and swelling of the face, lips, tongue or throat.
A year or two ago many well known lenders had a nice little wheeze going.