THE OLD BLOCK Compton with dad Richard, and (below) grandad Denis in 1947
He said: "I took Honey out on my backpack on the dry ski slope only last week and she seemed to be a chip off
the old block.
Saying she hated all men is available at 20-1, though it's unlikely she has got that particular chip off
her shoulder just yet.
Louis McNall appears to be a chip off
the old block when it comes to scoring goals.
DIEGO MARADONA JNR is proving to be a chip off
the old block after leaving DUNFERMLINE to return to Italy.
HIS Royal Horsiness Prince Harry is obviously a chip off
the old block as he indulges in a touch of pitch and putt on the polo field.
Infrared spectra taken by the Deep Space 1 spacecraft in late July suggest that Braille, only 2 kilometers long, is a chip off
the old block 4 Vesta, the third largest asteroid in the solar system.
REG AKEHURST'S runners were always feared in major handicaps and his son Jon can show he is a chip off
the old block by lifting the Stanley Racing Great Metropolitan Stakes with Red Ramona at Epsom tomorrow.
Or maybe you are fed up with having to chip off
the ice every morning just to let the birds have a drink.
The youngster was penalised because he kicked stones after his first attempt to chip off
the rocky edge of Lough Leane - and while he was still in the water hazard, which incurred the penalty.
LIAM Ridgewell's son Luca is a chip off
the old block all right.
LITTLE Alastair Stewart is clearly a chip off
the old block as he poses with rocker dad Rod and a Celtic scarf.
HE looks like a chip off
the block, but children's favourite Mr Potato Head has crossed over to the ``dark fried'' - remodelled as a Star Wars villain.