“The breakfasts are mostly just weekly catch-ups, but the notion that Heavey make his own run for public office has come up more than once, he said.”
“One lovely glides by the pre-show speedy catch-ups between audience members to push her smooth man-girl hip between my friend and me: "A few dollars for the high priestess?" s-he says.”
“ I'm having one of my regular catch-ups with DECC's chief scientific adviser.”
“WSJ's Walt Mossberg tests the newly released Firefox 4, and finds it is an improvement, but says many of its new features are catch-ups to the other browsers.”
“After testing it, my verdict is that this new version is an improvement, but many of its new features are catch-ups to those present in other browsers.”
“These include some catch-ups, like a pull-down panel that combines your notifications of alerts and reminders, and new messages, plus a stock ticker and weather info.”
“Frank Fiorille, director of risk management for Paychex, which prepares payrolls affecting 9 million workers, agrees: "There could have to be catch-ups, especially for companies that run payroll early.”
“Second, this version of Firefox has relatively few new features, and some of them are merely catch-ups to those introduced earlier by Microsoft and Apple.”
“WSJ's Walt Mossberg says that the newest version of FireFox is full of catch-ups to other browsers, but falls short of new improvements of previous versions.”
“It includes a much longer list of added features, some innovative and some long overdue catch-ups to other phones.”
‘catch-ups’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for catch-ups.