is suited to all who enjoy the thrill of the chase
-- and perhaps makes it "likely that several of the ciphers will be cracked by readers before much time has passed.
If you've so far missed out on the thrill of The Chase
- perhaps you've pledged your teatime quiz allegiances to Pointless - the famous contestants will have to work as a team to answer general knowledge questions and beat the 'Chaser', one of the show's collection of quizzing geniuses (think Eggheads, but a bit more panto).
David took great pride in having been granted UE status and enjoyed the thrill of the chase
as we researched the history and mysteries of the Ross/McRae/Morrison line of the Gaspe in order to qualify.
For all the Racing Enthusiasts who get an adrenaline rush while cruising their cars, here is an opportunity to be present at the Grand Prix and enjoy the thrill of the chase
THRILL OF THE CHASE
Fences were back on the agenda at Leicester after a hiatus of nearly eight months and Joker Choker did not put a foot wrong in the first of three races over the pristine obstacles when running out an eight-length winner.
However, none of this will matter to undemanding, credulous teenagers who will be happy to be rushed along over plot implausibilities in the thrill of the chase
In the end, Vacher was caught the old-fashioned way--red-handed--but the thrill of the chase
is no less for it.
nothing screams elitism quite like chaps shouting tally-ho and trying to justify the thrill of the chase
on Boxing Day.
For some animals, the thrill of the chase
is rewarding on its own.
Psychological complexity gives way to the awful thrill of the chase
and establishes Williams, a onetime actor who flirted abortively with directing Hollywood schlock before fleeing home to Blighty, as a genre filmmaker to watch.
The dust jacket reads: "Experience spectacular scenery, rare wildlife footage and the thrill of the chase
in this two hour epic journey of magnificent splendor .
I just love the thrill of the interview and the thrill of the chase
and trying to get people to open up to me," says the former managing editor.