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New highs are always welcome, but there is a growing chorus among strategists and technicians stating that the stock market might be getting a little bit ahead of itself,'' said Gorilla Trades market strategist Ken Berman.
Despite coming out on top, Banal doesn't want Marinerong Pilipino to get too ahead of itself early in the conference.
Lasker feels the team needs to take it one step at a time and not get ahead of itself - although he knows after playing Bristol this weekend Leicester Riders are looming on the horizon.
Lasker, pictured, feels the team needs to take it one step at a time and not get ahead of itself - although he knows after playing Bristol this weekend Leicester Riders are looming on the horizon.
But the Welsh Government is surely getting ahead of itself when it says "we have the partnerships already in place, at all levels, to go on making a success of this vitally important area".
The ECB doesn't want the market to get ahead of itself.
Ward knows from bitter experience what can happen when a club gets ahead of itself after staying in the top flight.
However, Accra seemed to get ahead of itself in terms of increasing spending too quickly, fuelling both inflation and debt.
Ghana has a great deal go- ing for it but the previous gov- ernment got ahead of itself in terms of borrowing.
Ghana has a great deal going for it but the previous government got ahead of itself in terms of borrowing.
CRM is so far ahead of itself that most businesses I speak with don't ask whether they need CRM but instead which step they ought to take first.
Indeed, between the hour and the half-hour points, the clock sped at a goodly pace, often ahead of itself.