He chose his moment
carefully, and tried to make his request sound casual; but he could not master the trembling of his voice; and he felt himself that into words that he wished to seem jovial and friendly there crept the bitterness of his jealousy.
Following the fall of the Soviet Union in 1992, the retired KGB archivist chose his moment
to leave with a handful of classified documents detailing Russian "illegals" acting as spies abroad hidden in his suitcase.
The sculptor said: "He chose his moment
very well and I take my hat off to him.
He simply regarded Sissoko as his player and, with the Everton deal not quite done, cleverly chose his moment
However, it was then that Shaun Wright-Phillips, who celebrates his 23rd birthday today, chose his moment
to explode into action, firing home in the 64th minute.
PHIL THOMPSON chose his moment
and put Barcelona's loud-mouths in their place.
With Bristol battling to a 16-10 lead, McRae chose his moment
to score a vital try, soon after half-time.
He simply regarded Sissoko as his player and cleverly chose his moment
With this UEFA Cup tie heading the way of so many Liverpool matches this season, as the Bulgarians frustrated and annoyed with some deep, dogged defending, Gerrard chose his moment
to give Houllier a new lease of Anfield life.
Federer, who has never won the title in Rome, admitted he chose his moments
to serve and volley on the clay court to stroll to an easy win over Starace.
In the Points race, Scott (inset) chose his moments
carefully to attack just three sprints, from which he amassed a total of six points to finish fifth overall.