You can't knock any type of victory and with Wales these days it's a case of beggars can't be choosers
As a charity, you take your money, more or less, where you can get it - for beggars can't be choosers
But beggars can't be choosers
, and Hall and his boardroom colleagues were mighty glad of the pounds 47.
Beggars can't be choosers
RECORDED in John Heywood's Dialogue of Proverbs of 1546, this phrase means that when you can't have exactly what you want, you should be satisfied with whatever you are given.
STEPHEN PEARSON insists beggars can't be choosers
and vows he'll play in any position just to get a game for Celtic.
Although it still wasn't from open play, an Everton goal at home was something we could only witness on DVD so far this seasonbut beggars can't be choosers
, so good on James Beattie for giving ussomething to cheer about.
I know beggars can't be choosers
, but there is nothing more intimidating for opposing teams than a Stradey Park full to the rafters with our fans in full voice.
The bottom tier of British Flat racing doesn't throw up many decent bets, but beggars can't be choosers
, and with the day's only other Flat card not offering many opportunities to find a decent-priced winner, it's to Leicester we turn for today's nap.
It isn't quite a case of beggars can't be choosers
, but there is a greater degree of pragmatisim needed in some quarters if the city is to maximise the benefits of the current enthusiasm of investors
I would have much preferred to have woken up to Dougie from McFly, but beggars can't be choosers
Colin Inglis, Stirling, said: 'At last Scotland have managed a win and with our current form beggars can't be choosers
But this is the coupe de monde and beggars can't be choosers
WE know beggars can't be choosers
and all that, but it would be better for all concerned if the person who voted for Simply Red in our Top Ten Albums Of 2010 last week just skips over this page in future.
Still, I've always said beggars can't be choosers
, although I've noticed most of them choose to sell the Big Issue.
As for Jimmy, beggars can't be choosers
- so why should he care if Nicola is just trying to get her hands on his nest-egg?