Is there another clunking
fist in New Labour ready and willing to take up the fight?
As long as you didn't mind the clunking
between tracks (songs sometimes faded out in the middle so the head could move to the next track and then faded back in again), the system was fine.
IN TWO dramatic weeks Gordon Brown has gone from the clunking
fist to a busted flush.
And however much you may dance around the ring, at some point you'll come within the reach of a big clunking
Kovat's horrified owners Myra and Tony Savage discovered the mangled pet after they heard a clunking
noise in the machine.
Too, Danny Farmer has been clunking
along on one bad tire.
The only real drawback is some clunking
symbolism, particularly one bit where the girl sits watching a cute deer in a graveyard.
The Boy David, he thought was just a lightweight popinjay who could be swept away by his great clunking
Mr Brown - described by his predecessor as a "great clunking
fist" - has flattened the Tory leader on the key issues.
If she is welcomed back, however reluctantly, will Clare toe the line or risk the clunking
fist of the new PM?
dialogue, cardboard characters and contrived situations conspire to make remarkably unsexy soft porn.
Business must fill the skills gap by training its workers and if it does not, it must face the Chancellor's great clunking
When I change through my low gears, I hear a clunking
noise from the bottom of the car.
I'VE been ruminating on Tony Blair's promise that Gordon Brown would be a "great clunking
fist" which would KO flashy loungelizard David Cameron.
Second, what leads the Chancellor ( who has made such a great clunking
fist of our pension provision ( to think the Government can succeed through regulation in the workplace when it failed through regulation in schools.