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Brigadier Omar Al Shamsi, Director of the command and control room of the Dubai Police, said the trailer was not hitched properly to the vehicle, which made it to come off the hook and overturn on the busy road.
OFF THE HOOK: Volunteers from 02 and Barclays took phone pledges
Unite general secretary Len Mc-Cluskey said of the speculation: "This is good news but it should not let the Government off the hook.
She's not letting anyone off the hook this winter, she says coldly, dropping off another white calling card for commuters this morning.
Off The Hook runs at the Foleshill Road United Reformed Church until Saturday.
"You could read that as students are learning so much more, but the honest reason is states are finding ways through loopholes to let schools off the hook."
The set of objects presented here may not convey happiness--a wire cage remains a wire cage, no matter how seamlessly it has been integrated into surroundings possessing a somewhat hopeful tone--but Hatoum refuses to let us off the hook with something so neat as rage.
Maybe Jesus would let me off the hook; after all I did manage to forgive this person 77 times before, as the gospel says I should.
So if this lets our non-interventionist God off the hook when anything goes wrong, why do Christians bother to pray?
He thought the phone would be ringing off the hook with opportunities pouring in.
Without the flow of smooth copy repeating the promise, the prospect is "off the hook" of reading further.