Regular crowds of about 30,000 are still decent but barely larger than what Villa would have expected last season, when David O'Leary's scorched-earth policy
led the club into the lower reaches of the table
Nice guy Alex may be, but when it comes to his enemies he operates a scorched-earth policy
This region was one of the most severely affected by the scorched-earth policy
adopted by the government headed by Gen.
Leaning on the Americans, no matter how gently, only produces a heavy-handed backlash and Jack Valenti, the tough-talking Texan who is head of the Motion Picture Association of America will once again descend on Ottawa like a ton of bricks threatening, in his own subtle, charming way, a scorched-earth policy
if one penny of American profits are curtailed.
He adopts a real scorched-earth policy
in his interpretation of the American Dream--and, of course, nothing embodies the American Dream more succinctly than tract housing.
Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu stated that the regime in Syria, by rejecting OIC's good offices and ignoring International efforts, deliberately and intentionally followed a scorched-earth policy
, and pushed the crisis there to the extreme.
In a recent blog post, he explains why Google will have to reconsider its scorched-earth policy
toward advertisers in health, diet and business opportunity niches.
He could conduct his own scorched-earth policy
by embedding his troops into the towns," he said.
To those in charge: Thanks for the scorched-earth policy
Since oil exportation began in 1999, the war has taken a new form: what the State Department describes in human rights reports as a government scorched-earth policy
surrounding the oilfields.
The former Chief Constable of West Yorkshire said: "The scorched-earth policy
was often ineffective and the war against drugs needed a global, multi-agency approach.
We say it because we can see no other way of halting the genocidal scorched-earth policy