(1) The Freedom Act ultimately sped to passage in the House on May 22 by a bipartisan 303-121 vote .
(2) Algarve map Sophie Cooke The drive west from Faro airport was easy and we sped along the fast toll-road.
(3) But as she sped along the pavement in Westminster yesterday, captured on film by cameramen and baffled tourists alike, repeating the words "we won!
(4) In addition, he teamed up with Mick Jagger to record the fundraising single Dancing in the Street , which sped to No 1.
(5) The demons that came with density were more obvious back then: the cholera epidemic; the fact that just as cities sped the flow of ideas, so they sped the flow of disease, too; the crime that was so associated with Victorian London .
(6) Two militia volunteers broke the windscreen of a nearby Toyota and sped off in it.
(7) The car increasingly threatened violence, not just for what its driver could do when he arrived at Laquan’s final destination, but as it jeopardized others with impunity as it drove on the wrong side of the road, sped past residences, and blew through a stop sign.
(8) He had captured the often frenetic atmosphere of Marrakech via "six cameras mounted on a magic wand that were shooting simultaneously as I sped along the crowded streets on the back of a motorbike".
(9) Some kept their eyes to the ground as they left the huge hangars and sped away to language lessons, waving their arms to fend off reporters.
(10) It’s possible that something could be sped up,” the official said of the potential for imposing new unilateral sanctions on North Korea.
(11) Marking Google's 15th birthday, Hummingbird is the biggest change to the inner workings of the world's most popular search engine since Google's "Caffeine" update in 2010 , which sped up Google's indexing of sites and delivery of search results.
(12) Substitution of polyethylenimine for polybrene sped up the analysis because the precycling employed to condition polybrene-coated glass fiber filters was no longer necessary.
(13) With the guar instillates, the faster outflow slightly sped the emptying of the spheres and significantly increased the diameter of emptied particles of 99mTc-labeled chicken liver.
(14) All substances studied but glycerol sped up the deamidation of albumin and gamma-globulin preparations both during thermal denaturation and incubation.
(15) Watford took the free-kick, sped up the other end and promptly won a rather soft penalty, after O’Shea and Lamine Koné simultaneously ran into Jurado, the referee blaming the former as he blew his whistle.
(16) Beyond the stadium, Rio felt like a militarised zone as 25,000 police and soldiers flooded the city and outriders sped heads of state including Merkel and the Russian president Vladimir Putin through the traffic.
(17) Having changed out of the white tracksuit he was wearing when he left Scotland into a dark suit and burgundy tie, Megrahi left the plane with the Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's son Saif, who raised his hand to the crowd before they sped off in a convoy of white sedans.
(18) But as the truck full of frightened schoolgirls sped deeper into Boko Haram territory, two sisters clasped hands and jumped off together into the night.
(19) Still in her nightgown, she was carried to a small boat before the raiders sped away.
(20) Cassini, the scientists discovered, sped up and slowed down by a few millimetres per second as it flew past Enceladus.
(n.) A sharp, narrow spade, usually with a long handle, used by farmers for digging up large-rooted weeds; a similarly shaped implement used for various purposes.
(n.) A dagger.
(n.) Anything short and thick; specifically, a piece of dough boiled in fat.
(1) I'll do anything: peel spuds, look after the veg, make an impromptu pud.
(2) Even Don Draper might offer to peel the spuds, for Christ's sake.
(3) I had rice and beans owing to a lack of sufficiently high-calibre spuds.
(4) Since their first date – a memorable combination of Spud U Like, bowling and the pictures – the pair have been inseparable.
(5) Excitatory postsynaptic potentials (EPSPs) were produced in most EUS and EAS motoneurons by stimulation of ipsilateral and contralateral sensory pudendal (SPud) and superficial perineal (SPeri) cutaneous nerves.
(6) Out there in space, fiddling with his gizmos and worrying his spuds, is Matt Damon .
(7) British scientists working at the government-supported Sainsbury laboratory in Norwich are planning to develop a new variety of super-spud that can resist blight and other diseases and may even be better for us.
(8) The beat still covers traditional areas such as floods, spuds and trees, but it is now centred on science writing, international development and politics, energy, technology, economics, celebrity and lifestyle, as well as business, trade and protest.
(9) A slit lamp, topical anesthesia, and a foreign-body spud greatly facilitate the removal of foreign bodies from the cornea.
(10) That would be a soccer 'trip', the kind where the 'trippee' goes down like a sack of spuds despite not remotely having been touched by the 'tripper'.
(11) It’s a matriarchal story in which dim-but-nice men named Spud and Drum adhere to the rules laid out by their female counterparts.
(12) I have even poached a duck egg in the top as a super special treat.It can also be a really good way to use up leftover stock from cooking a ham and roast spuds and sprouts for Christmas lunch.
(13) Harry Leslie Smith, activist Facebook Twitter Pinterest Harry Leslie Smith The leaders’ debate reminded me of the fruit and veg mongers of my youth who with bluster and bluff tried to convince weary shoppers that their spuds or apples were the best at market.
(14) SERVES 8 new potatoes 1kg (Ratte, Desiree or Maris Piper) water 2 litres salt 49g milk 200g unsalted butter 750g Choose your spud We use a French new potato called Ratte, which has a buttery texture, but you could also use Desiree or Maris Piper.
(15) Knobbly carrots, wonky spuds, bent courgettes and discoloured cauliflowers will return to supermarket shelves after one of the worst growing seasons farmers have experienced in decades.
(16) He goes down like a sack of spuds, and is booked for his trouble.