They were at the corner of the Strand, but as though in utter forgetfulness of their whereabouts, he had suddenly stopped short
and gripped her tightly by the arm.
She stopped short
, and suddenly tearing the handkerchief which she had been carrying into shreds threw the pieces upon the floor, and stamped upon them.
Summary: Catalonia's leader Tuesday said he had a mandate to declare independence from Spain but stopped short
of actually doing so, suspending secession for "a few weeks" to pursue negotiations with the Spanish government.
A German meat processing company is exploring opportunities to open a plant in Northern Bulgaria, Economy Minister Bozhidar Lukarski has said.Lukarski made a statement after reportedly meeting chief executives of the company, but stopped short
. He stopped short
of naming the potential investor but explained it was based in North Rhine-Westphalia (a province in Northeastern Germany).
Chairman Fernandes took to social networking site Twitter to apologise to fans, but unlike so many times before, he stopped short
of backing former Wales boss Hughes.
The yield on the benchmark 10-year Japanese government bond fell Friday morning on buying amid growing concern about the eurozone debt crisis, after the European Central Bank stopped short
of announcing the immediate resumption of purchasing government bonds of troubled eurozone countries at its policy meeting Thursday.
The UN Security Council deplored the launch but stopped short
of imposing new penalties in response.
STRUGGLING Blackburn have confirmed a "revision" to manger Steve Kean's existing contract - but stopped short
of admitting the under-fire manager has been handed a pay rise.
Washington, Sept 28 (ANI): China has indicated it would suspend some military exchanges in response to the US' decision of selling arms to Taiwan, but has stopped short
of a full suspension of bilateral defense ties.
THE Bank of England kept interest rates at a record 0.5 per cent yesterday but stopped short
of taking emergency action to kick-start the faltering UK economy.
BRUSSELS: EU states agreed on Thursday to further extend sanctions on Syria but stopped short
of targeting the oil industry and banks, which dissidents say would be the only way to choke off funds fuelling repression in the country.
US secretary of state Hillary Clinton stopped short
of calling for Assad to quit but said: "Treating one's own people in this way is in fact a sign of remarkable weakness."