Just please ask Mike to help me get across.
I'd rather see you alive and here than blown to pieces trying to get across the river.
You still want to get across the river?
agile to get across the goalmouth at a moments notice.
It's not easy to get across different reactions when your voice has to remain utterly impassive, yet he managed it.
tailbacks on the road mean that there are big gaps for people to get across.
At the bridge they all halted, waiting for those in front to get across.
Generally tho the tailbacks on the road mean that there are big gaps for people to get across.
The message we are trying to get across is that wildlife gardening is not all about letting your garden go wild !
If you have elderly relatives, or a friend or family member who is wheelchair bound, make sure there is some way for them to get across the sand and into a front row spot for your vow exchange.
The message about safety is much easier to get across (and will stick with employees longer) if it is delivered in a fun manner.
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