bleary pundits will be summing things up and bemoaning the fact that no Brits won anything.
Plenty of the right-wing pundits who've bemoaned the " endemic corruption " in Africa have remained utterly silent on this.
While the current plan calls for 40,000 pundits stationed in India, over 100,000 yogic flyers have been trained in the world since 1976.
know-nothing pundits who came to Molineux on Saturday expecting a cricket score.
The normally flamboyant pair surprised some pundits by wearing traditional black morning suits.
Over the next 24 hours, say the pundits, 10 million copies will be sold.
many pundits are also tipping the Czechs to go all the way to the final.
For the UK 2001 general election, political pundits spoke in terms of tens of millions being spent in total by all parties.
most pundits seem to forecast a cull of about 20.
The future The strike has been neither the death knell, nor the ringing affirmation of class politics that various pundits have claimed.
Ten Year Trends Ten Year Trend type stats are very popular with mainstream TV pundits.
Believe it or not that question is still vexing media pundits across the United States.
It was he who persuaded the pundits of Bengal to disclose the treasures of Sanskrit to European scholars.
In southern Tibet the trans-Himalayan explorations of the native surveyors attached to the Indian survey, notably Pundits Nain Singh and Krishna, added largely to our knowledge of the great plateau.
Many pundits are also tipping the Czechs to go all the way to the final.
Most pundits seem to forecast a cull of about 20.
Rosie "…when I asked you if you believed what the Republican pundits were saying, you said nothing and that's cowardly."
Political pundits talk a lot about "bumps."
Parents and pundits reacted to the hidden content with ferocity, and the ESRB failed to react quickly to protect the very consumers it was founded to guard.
Many pundits say that the very act of copying a video game falls into a legal gray area.
Industry pundits have long predicted that Sony will not achieve this target, but hey, it's still pretty up in the air.
Many analysts and pundits have indicated that the PSP Go may be a better competitor in the casual gaming market against devices like the iPod touch and Apple iPhone.
You know how game experts and pundits keep saying that games are starting to interlope on Hollywood's turf?
Video games are a favorite target for politicians and pundits who are trying to win points with aggrieved parents.
Most industry pundits are saying that AT&T may have extended its exclusivity agreement with Apple and this may very well be true.
Looking toward the future, most industry analysts and pundits are assuming that a Palm Pre, or some slightly modified variation, will arrive at Telus Mobility as well.
When the Palm Pre was initially revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, many industry pundits and analysts said that it could be the first real "iPhone killer."
To this end, many enthusiasts and pundits are positing that, once again, the issue lies with AT&T and not with Apple.
This created a great deal of competition and in the eyes of many industry pundits, Microsoft started to fall behind.
However, everyone from sports pundits to driving aficionados wonder if it's harder to take her seriously as a contender when she's posing topless.
Gorgeous or ghastly, fashion pundits and fashionistas tune in every Academy Award season to see what the hottest stars are wearing to the Oscars.
Many pundits and columnists tried to figure out where Twitter fell on the spectrum.
After a successful series of tours, during which he debated publicly with orthodox pundits and with Christian missionaries, he died at Ajmere in 1883.
This is why pundits are talking now of a ' bunker mentality ' inside Number Ten.
The enlightened mind of Warren Hastings did indeed anticipate his age by founding the Calcutta madrasa for Mahom medan teaching, and by affording steady patronage alike to Hindu pundits and European students.
It derived its name, according to the etymology of the Pundits, from a prince of the Mahabharata, to whose portion it fell on the primitive partition of the country among the Lunar race of Delhi.
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