"It's good to learn early on in the year what you need to improve on, if you were taken off
because of your performance."
A Manchester Airport spokesman said passengers were taken off
as a "precautionary measure".
Councillor Charlene O'Hara said: "I would call on anyone with any information whatsoever to contact the PSNI so that the culprits can be taken off
Miller, after playing for Scotland against Macedonia in midweek, was taken off
just after the hour mark with Darren Matlocks taking his place.
The average number of days taken off
sick in the private sector in 2007-8 was six days, according to the CBI, while for the public sector in the UK, the average was 9.8 days.
"But as it turned out I was taken off
and Lucas Leiva who replaced me played a crucial role in ".
Since February, 141 Hackney carriages have been checked and 37 - 26.2 per cent - have been taken off
the roads needing immediate repairs.
The "non-essential" workers were taken off
the Shell-operated rig by four helicopters and a Nimrod aircraft.
Many of the "non-essential" workers taken off
the Shell-operated rig, were dropped off at Shell's nearby North Cormorant platform by four helicopters and a Nimrod aircraft while the blaze was brought under control.
They conjecture that when Clark spent some time in prison for forgery, he was taken off
the database, and someone forgot to put him back on when he was released from prison.
The single-engine Chipmunk had just taken off
from Prestwick Airport, Ayrshire.
This is called 'registering' your account to have interest paid without tax taken off