The MS specialist I was referred to was young, on-the-ball
and very knowledgeable.
The third and final day also features the big sell-off at 4pm, where on-the-ball
visitors can pick up their favourite pieces to add a splash of the RHS Show to their own gardens.
Yet, though some officials, in the Health Ministry in particular, have been on-the-ball
and ready to talk to the Press in order to reach the public en masse, others have been woefully lacking.
The hole is reportedly under active attack, so on-the-ball
admins should check the list of workarounds in Microsoft's technet post.
agent says he predicted that there would be strife ahead in the housing market after finding that rising property prices were having a crippling effect on rental yields.
While the retailers themselves should be on-the-ball
enough to realise that if they can't sell it now, they're never going to sell it, and so the warehouse should be empty; whereas the shopfloor should be groaning under the weight of stock waiting to be sold.
In a crisis, you'd want on-the-ball
people like these to be in charge of the country, wouldn't you?
Blake, 27, spent part of last season running Denver's efficient offense and is known as a strong on-the-ball
defender, which as a major weakness of Parker.
Phil Bell, Fontwell's on-the-ball
general manager, acknowledges the need for bigger and better bars, and the course's next project involves developing a bar and hospitality complex beyond the winning post, a location that should command an excellent view of the track.
1, X2, X5, X8, and X11 are our first on-the-ball
The brand is now into its second year of sponsorship of ITV's On-the-Ball
Saturday afternoon football programme, but 2003 also saw tie-ins with Reebok and top high street sports chains.
THE BEST of the best battled it out for the silverware in the finals that matter - the Official UK 5-A-Side Football Championships, backed by your on-the-ball