Sire, the kindness your majesty deigns to evince towards me is a recompense which so far surpasses my utmost ambition that I have nothing more to ask for.
And now," he said, "may I inquire what are the orders with which your majesty deigns to honor me?
His favourite of the many unusual spots he likes to hang out is on top of any door that opens meaning his people have to wait until he deigns to
jump down before they can close it, as obviously it's the height (pun intended) of bad manners to ever move a cat.
THIS Farrelly brothers comedy tells of a selfish man who only deigns to
date women he considers to be physically flawless.
Skybet have a host of specials on what moody Sharon Osbourne might do if she deigns to
turn up for tomorrow's show, including 3-1 that she does not sit next to rival judge Dannii Minogue and 5-1 that she again sees two of her acts in the bottom two.
Maybe we should call Mr Blair "Jimmy" the next time he deigns to
pay us a visit.
Jose Mourinho will not see much wrong in this big-headed contender and wherever he deigns to
watch the race from, we all know Jose cannot go far wrong these days.
Your" money is only that portion of your income that the government deigns to
allow you to keep.
He's a Brazilian soccer prodigy, and when he finally deigns to
join the team they start winning as never before, with Antonio as the star, eclipsing Joe.
Next time a denizen of downtown or the Westside deigns to
visit this dusty, dismal depression between the hills, call me.
But, of course, he will be carefully shielded when he deigns to
come among us this weekend and we won't get the chance to ask him.
I particularly savor tableaux in which the artist deigns to
place a tattered hero-figure in the extreme foreground (say, a Doc Savage type), running boldly toward and past the reader in escape, the implication being that he is too savvy to want a part of the arcane, titanic, wanton struggles at hand.
PRESIDENT CLINTON'S FOREIGN POLicy is as much at sea as the Haitian refugees it now deigns to
California decision is the question of community standards; at least on paper, the High Court deigns to
allow communities to outlaw materials that are patently perverse.