(1) Steven Whittaker had advanced from right back with real purpose but even he cannot have expected to sashay beyond Advocaat’s left back and left-sided central defender with such consummate ease before shooting unerringly into the bottom corner.
(2) Bayern, even with 10 men, had an unerring knack of keeping the ball.
(3) While Dortmund were level in Marseille, Napoli could hope and their evening was ignited when Higuaín took his big chance, with a low and unerring finish.
(4) The UK, in a statement to the conference, confirmed its unerring commitment to the ATT, and chided those who might criticise treaty violators because “this could deter others joining”.
(5) About 1 to 5 percent of patients affected by chronic obstructive venous disease of the lower extremity, are eligible to surgical treatment, by veno-venous bypass, for the relief of unerely invalidating symptoms.
(6) The shot flew unerringly into the far, top corner and the championship had its lift-off moment.
(7) Without using your basic five senses, you can still guide a hand unerringly to touch your nose.
(8) The midfielder, operating out of position at right-back, had not scored for more than two years when he met Moussa Sissoko’s clever pass, dodged Aleksandar Kolarov, cut inside and shot unerringly beyond Hart.
(9) Never has it done it quite so unerringly as against Iceland: the team’s departure and manager Roy Hodgson’s prepared resignation speech came just hours before the council of Europe meeting from which David Cameron will have to withdraw, so 27 countries can shake their heads at how inept we are and wonder what to do about us.
(10) Not every aspect of Tuesday’s speech in Sedgefield showed an unerring touch.
(11) The Ecuadorian trickster measured his pass to Wilfried Bony, who opened up his body to guide the ball unerringly into the far corner of the goal.
(12) And over the allotted 15 minutes it led unerringly to a climactic argument – that the right thing to do in Syria is to stand up to Islamic State’s fascism.
(13) During the last 2 hours before rupture, the dense bodies of the surface epithelium considerably decrease, signs of material emptying into vacuoles is found, and sometimes there is open communication from vacuoles towards the unerlying tunica albuginea.
(14) He swapped passes with Kevin Kilbane and, having darted in behind France's defence, he pulled the ball back for Keane to finish unerringly for his sixth goal of the campaign.
(15) All that remained was for him to shoot low, unerringly, beyond Elliot.
(16) Its conclusions, a number of which point unerringly to the guilt of Sacco and none of which add a scintilla to the case against Vanzetti, are analyzed in this paper, which is in two parts.
(17) Neither Luis Suárez nor Daniel Sturridge proved themselves capable understudies from the spot last season and among Liverpool’s other players, could anyone else be quite so unerring so often and under such pressure?
(18) He had an unerring eye for both screenplays and the acting of them, and a visual sense that, in Henry V at least, matched the very best of the British cinema.
(19) Although Francis’s parody of Mel B is extreme – leopardskin bra and knickers, huge glasses that slide down her nose, huge mouth that split her face in two, and a Yorkshire accent broad as the Dales – it is unerringly close to the real thing.
(20) A recording producer defined his special gift as a sense of "absolute pulse" – more precisely, an unerring sense of the right and natural tempo relations in a piece that could give shape and meaning even to the most seemingly amorphous of works, and within that a supple life to the individual musical phrases that no contemporary has equalled.
(1) His words surprised some because of an impression that the US was unwilling to talk about these issues.
(2) Photograph: Polish Government Despite his clear-eyed approach to the looted artworks, Wächter maintains that his father was an unwilling cog in the Nazi killing machine, a position that has won him many critics.
(3) The Sunni, driven from power and office by the invaders, were unwilling to accept their newly diminished status.
(4) Most people interviewed by the Observer in Yangonin the run-up to the polls were unwilling to talk about politics openly, suggesting they are still fearful of speaking out against the regime.
(5) But Britain, under Tony Blair, proved the equivalent of a disappointing parent, quick to scold and unwilling to listen.
(6) None of us is locked into a harness on a bench, being made unwillingly acquainted with tobacco products.
(7) An account is given of attachment theory as a way of conceptualizing the propensity of human beings to make strong affectional bonds to particular others and of explaining the many forms of emotional distress and personality disturbance, including anxiety, anger, depression and emotional detachment, to which unwilling separation and loss give rise.
(8) Hence unwilling finger mutilations can scarcely be the result of a "reflex action" of this kind.
(9) The article describes the following results: 1) The majority of those who responded, particularly workers in subordinate positions, were of the opinion that firms, management and co-workers were rather unwilling to accept the physically disabled as competitive and equal employees and colleagues.
(10) Branson, whose company has run the London to Manchester and Glasgow route with Stagecoach for 15 years, said Virgin could not have topped FirstGroup's £5.5bn bid without "dramatic cuts to customer quality and considerable fare rises which we were unwilling to entertain".
(11) Recordings of pulse rate and blood pressure were used to illustrate the various situations (i.e., children willing to be treated and children unwilling to be treated).
(12) The description is often used of political antagonists, unwilling to take each other's points.
(13) Total gastrectomy should be reserved for those patients unwilling or unable to take oral medication.
(14) Conversely, most optometric educational institutions have been unwilling or unable to develop training programs for student optometrists beyond the traditional solo concept.
(15) Before Minsk-2, Russia distanced itself, now they are already saying publicly that they influence the situation here.” With Russia unwilling to allow proper international monitoring of the border, Kiev is wary about fulfilling its own part of the bargain.
(16) The physicians were significantly more likely than the dentists to be unwilling to take a safe, effective, hepatitis vaccine (p less than .01).
(17) Adherence to a gluten-free diet is not simple, because the composition of foods stocked on store shelves is often not known, Patients with CD, particularly when adolescent, often refuse to comply with the diet; and parents are occasionally unable, or unwilling, to prepare gluten-free food.
(18) In his final fight, against the journeyman boxer Kevin McBride, he was a pitiful figure - slumped in a corner, legs splayed, unable or unwilling to stand himself up.
(19) Nigel Farage’s party has capitalised very effectively on public anxiety over immigration, crafting a political narrative in which uncontrolled migration is the result of an out-of-touch political class unable or unwilling to challenge the rule of Brussels.
(20) With many landlords unwilling to rent directly to those on benefits, some charities have set up their own lettings schemes through which they lease properties and let them to their clients.