He added: "Not only has the minister abjectly failed to seek a restructuring of the promissory notes but that even the movement it claimed to have achieved is a jumbled-up mess of accountancy trickery and additional costs, with some crossed fingers
The complex cap, and plenty of crossed fingers
Featured elements include a dice, a star, a black cat, an eight-ball and a pair of crossed fingers
No one should marry with crossed fingers
and a skeleton in their cupboard.
Camelot chief executive Dianne Thompson, said: "We are delighted that blue plaques with the crossed fingers
logo will appear on lottery-funded projects so the public can see exactly how their money has been spent and how, by playing lottery games, they have helped transform communities throughout the UK.
The new lottery logo retains the crossed fingers
but has been given more of a human look, with a bigger smile, definite eyes and a shiny face.
He emphasises that there is no element of crossed fingers
about this: 'I have a keyboard which has microtonal tunings, so I can hear the harmonies.
If all went well and all things were considered, we anticipate with crossed fingers
that our new YMCA facility would open its doors by 2004,'' Wright said.
RIGHT place, but it was the wrong track and the wrong day for the Crossed Fingers
Partnership whose Seigneur Des Bois got up in the closing stages to land the 2m handicap chase by half a length under a great ride from Graham Lee.
Today's convention will have the usual trappings of any well-staged political show, including speeches and rallies, back-room lobbying, dinners, deals and crossed fingers
But it is a feeling accompanied by crossed fingers
as a rash of injuries to medal prospects has left this British team in danger of entering the record books for the wrong reason.
But Kirsty's crossed fingers
gave a clue to the reason for the daring shot.