Indeed he would gladly have changed places with
the dullest boy in the school who was whole of limb.
Any of the under- gamekeepers would gladly have changed places with
him; but such was not the squire's pleasure, and the squire's pleasure was like law among them all.
Behind him, in accordance with the duke's orders, followed Dapple with brand new ass-trappings and ornaments of silk, and from time to time Sancho turned round to look at his ass, so well pleased to have him with him that he would not have changed places with
the emperor of Germany.
The women on the corn-rick--Marian, who was one of them, in particular--could stop to drink ale or cold tea from the flagon now and then, or to exchange a few gossiping remarks while they wiped their faces or cleared the fragments of straw and husk from their clothing; but for Tess there was no respite; for, as the drum never stopped, the man who fed it could not stop, and she, who had to supply the man with untied sheaves, could not stop either, unless Marian changed places with
her, which she sometimes did for half an hour in spite of Groby's objections that she was too slow-handed for a feeder.
I'd have gladly changed places with
this lad if I could have.
Marcus Coast started out at stand-off for the Wirral outfit but later changed places with
centre Stephen Dean, which led to some improvement.
A Ministry of Defence spokesman said: "They swapped clothes and changed places with
STAFF at a Coventry firm changed places with
directors and the boss for a day as part of a job swap.
More recently weathergirl (sorry, weatherwoman) Angie Philips changed places with
a dog warden for no good reason I could see.
I'm sure that any one of the enthusiastic and happy crowd who waited to see our Royal visitors would have willingly and eagerly changed places with
The twelve then changed places with
each other before joining with the ladies for the revels' dances.
Half of the monkeys were assigned at random to an unstable group, in which three or four members changed places with
individuals from other unstable groups on a monthly basis.