(1) It comes to nowt but expanding their horizons may just have done them good in the long term.
(2) Now all the cash is spent, it's still the grand romantic gesture, in another kind of way: dangling a line off the wall at high tide and waiting for a crab, taking him home in my bucket, cooking him on the Campingaz stove, cracking him open and eating him – one of the sea's great bounteous luxuries for nowt.
(3) Talk of Hazel Blears coming out of retirement came to nowt.
(4) Referee: Pavel Kralovec (Czech Republic) Linesmen: Roman Slysko (Slovakia) and Martin Wilczek (Czech Republic) Goal-line officials who some pundits still think do nowt: Radek Pfhoda (Czech Rep) and Micahal Patak (Czech Republic) How City will line up: In a 4-2-3-1, almost certainly, with Pablo Zabaleta and Gael Clichy bookending Matija Nastasic and Vincent Kompany on the right and left of a back four protected by the defensive midfield screen of Javi Garcia and Yaya Toure.
(5) France clear the set piece fairly easily, which should ease the strain on their under-pressure left-back's facial muscles if nowt else.
(6) Tommy’s nowt to worry about,” they used to say on the Fieldhead estate in Birstall, West Yorkshire.
(7) But as my mum liked to tell me: “You can’t look back, lad because there’s nowt there but the dust of the dead.” Now I am in my 90s I know that my time on this Earth is almost done.
(8) Not in the area though, crucially, so you can see why Phil Dowd gave nowt.
(9) They know you don’t get ‘owt for nowt’, and the NHS is way top of their concerns.
(10) #respect August 16, 2015 Alex Walmsley, a prop forward with St Helens, wrote: “Nothing but respect for my good friend and old front row partner @KeeganHirst.” Another message, from a fan, said: “changes nowt pal.
(11) It got a laugh three nights in a row in Hull, but it got nowt in Windsor, Colchester and London.
(12) As my mum once said to me in youth when I was impatient to leave her company: "It costs you nowt but time to have a cuppa with your mum."
(13) On watch, a rifleman scoured the terrain – no sign of life, no shadows, shots from snipers, nowt to note or report.
(14) This is an edited version of a post that first appeared on Jonathan Allsop's personal blog – nowt much to say Are you a member of our online community?
(15) The surgeon, Mr Vickers, looked him clearly in the eye and said, “Mr Eccleston, it’s a very risky operation.” Despite my father’s confusion, he somehow recognised the doctor’s emotion and said, “Listen, you have got to do it for me, because otherwise it’s nowt down for pal [a Salford expression, meaning he would be dead] and, if it goes wrong, it’s not your fault.” When I saw my father showing such empathy, I don’t think I had ever been prouder of him.
(16) Both the suspect and his solicitor, who tells his clients “If in doubt, say nowt”, gave their permission for the interviews to be filmed, and each later contributed to the programme.
(17) However, Sunderland do nowt with it and Kolarov hacks it away.
(n.) A cipher; nothing; naught.
(n.) The point from which the graduation of a scale, as of a thermometer, commences.
(n.) Fig.: The lowest point; the point of exhaustion; as, his patience had nearly reached zero.
(1) The method is implemented with a digital non-causal (zero-phase shift) filter, based on the convolution with a finite impulse response, to make the computation time compatible with the use of low-cost microcomputers.
(2) Of great influence on the results of measurements are preparation and registration (warm-up-time, amplification, closeness of pressure-system, unhurt catheters), factors relating to equipment and methods (air-bubbles in pressure-system, damping by filters, continuous infusion of the micro-catheter, level of zero-pressure), factors which occur during intravital measurement (pressure-drop along the arteria pulmonalis, influence of normal breathing, great intrapleural pressure changes, pressure damping in the catheter by thrombosis and external disturbances) and last not least positive and negative acceleration forces, which influence the diastolic and systolic pulmonary artery pressure.
(3) The final model has a probability 0.08 of underlying survival time being zero and, given non-zero survival time, takes the form of an exponential distribution with mean of 14.95 months.
(4) Robert Francis QC's official report in February on the Mid Staffordshire care scandal, in which an estimated 400 to 1,200 patients died unnecessarily at Stafford hospital between 2005 and 2008, called for the NHS to make "zero harm" its objective.
(5) Proper maintenance of body orientation was defined to be achieved if the net angular displacement of the head-and-trunk segment was zero during the flight phase of the long jump.
(6) Electromagnetic flow probes with an inner diameter of 2, 1.5 and 1 nm were used for studies on zero-line drifting and for calibration procedures in a series of rats and rabbits.
(7) The open probability is weakly voltage dependent, large at zero and positive potentials (cytoplasm minus SR lumen), and decreasing at negative potentials.
(8) Stepwise depolarizations from the holding potential (-67 to -83 mV) to a potential which varied from -10 to +63 mV resulted in an exponential decline of h from its initial level to a final, non-zero level.
(9) Average increases in nonvellus hair counts between months 4 and 12 were 216, 181, and 264 in the 2% minoxidil, 3% minoxidil, and placebo-to-3% minoxidil crossover groups, respectively, all highly significant differences from zero (p = 0.0001).
(10) For data sampled at a high rate (approximately 200 Hz) pupil velocity deviations from zero can simply be used, giving a satisfactory inaccuracy of about 5 ms. For data sampled at a low rate (less than 50 Hz), e.g.
(11) In 15 patients undergoing aortofemoral bypass, partial thromboplastin time (PTT) tests before and following intravenous administration of 75 U. per kilogram of heparin at zero, 30, 60, 90, and 120 minutes were determined for study of control of anticoagulant adequacy.
(12) As an index of inhomogeneous distribution of inspired air, the mean dilution number (the ratio of the first to zero moments) was calculated from each multibreath nitrogen washout during spontaneous breathing.
(13) Blood pressure was measured with a random-zero sphygmomanometer every 2 weeks of this 8-week trial.
(14) Pairwise correlation between an affected parent and child is zero: The disease is monogenic (no major expression gene).
(15) Where no fluoride was taken zero dmf scores were 41-69 per cent.
(16) He deploys a zero-risk strategy aimed at keeping his rightwing political base behind him, while convincing the public that he alone could lead the country in times of regional turmoil.
(17) Furthermore, the value of the flux ratio for this substance under conditions of zero electrochemical potential across the bowel wall unequivocally demonstrates active transport.
(18) As a result, more and more people are beginning to look towards Irish reunification as being a real possibility.” The overriding issue, however, in this most marginal constituency in Northern Ireland is the old binary, sectarian one: the zero-sum game of orange versus green.
(19) A reduction of tidal volume to zero or an increase by 30% led to a corresponding change of mean carotid artery pH level.
(20) The incidence of probable type B viral hepatitis in patients receiving factor IX concentrate was 13.8 percent (four of 29) versus zero percent (zero of 29) in control patients (difference not significant).