sez I; 'thin I'm O'Connell the Dictator, an' by this you will larn to kape a civil tongue
in your rag-box.
It was a crestfallen gentleman who rode forth from the castle of Torn a half hour later and spurred rapidly his head a more civil tongue
Keep a civil tongue
in your head," cried the young man, his face paling in anger, at the insulting tone of the sailor.
But he was not a bad master--he had a monstrous civil tongue
of his own, and a jolly, easy, coaxing way with him.
On which he replied, that he would do exactly as he liked, and would just thank her to keep a civil tongue
in her head--and the wounded husband went away, and passed the forenoon at the billiard-room, sulky, silent, and suspicious.
B th m THE BIZ my feet on the ground by my head on my shoulders civil tongue
in my head.
David Bellman, 45, dubbed the "sweariest man in Britain", is subject to a criminal behaviour order to keep a civil tongue
When things go well you see letters congratulating the heads of companies and departments, but remember the people who do the work in order for projects to be a success are the unheard-of minions, and those who daily serve the public have to keep a civil tongue
in their heads, irrespective of whatever provocation.
But who wants leaders who can't be trusted to keep a civil tongue
in their head when dealing with their own colleagues?
They might not have a penny to spare but they keep a civil tongue
in their head when the children are around and try to moderate their own behaviour.
At the very least, let's keep a civil tongue
in our heads, and remember the fellow human in front of us.
If anyone can not keep their wits and a civil tongue
in their mouth, they don't deserve to represent Sturbridge," Ms.
Copies are going to local, state and federal politicians urging them, too, to keep a civil tongue
A YOU tell your mum she's welcome to come for Christmas, but only if she keeps a civil tongue
in her head and doesn't rile the other gran.
Against the "generally accepted" views of John Halket (1970), James Grantham Turner (1987) and Stephen Fallon (1990) that Milton eventually became "prepared not only to speak of sensual matters with a civil tongue
, but even to praise and celebrate sexuality as an essential element, even a defining aspect, of 'wedded Love'" (126), Luxon claims that in Paradise Lost Milton praises most highly neither sex nor friendship in heterosexual marriage, but manly eros "that tends away from the body and toward heavenly love" (126).