Whether or not it's fatally injured me as a politician, I'll dwell upon
Things then moved so speedily there wasn't time to dwell upon
my condition and I had the operation on February 23rd.
We can always find some humour; I can remember listening to a power-voiced minister as his words boomed across the small town market-square: "I do not intend to dwell upon
the wiles of Popery, which like a giant oct-o-bus is spreading its testicles all over the civilised world".
If Jermain Defoe is the answer, Capello's problem is a lot bigger than we dare dwell upon
The strength of Goldsmith's short biography lies in its refusal to dwell upon
Marie Curie's victory over the sexist establishment and her ability to cut through the myths surrounding Curie's life, allowing facts to tell the amazing story.
A point all my recent correspondents, angered by the comparison a fortnight ago between the telly programme One Foot In The Grave and Old Trafford, might like to dwell upon
for a moment.
Of course, the ``Batman'' series died with the third Caped Crusader, but we won't dwell upon
Improving light-middleweight Richard Williams, who impressed in his Commonwealth title victory over Canadian Tony Badea last month, will have no chance to dwell upon
I dwell upon
Gibson's essay because it is one of the most interesting in The City in African-American Literature, and because it points to a problem concerning the book's organization.
The author contrasts animal fear of death, which is always imminent, with the human propensity to dwell upon
it, agonize over it, and encounter every peril with overwhelming visions of annihilation.
Law of Concentration: Whatever you dwell upon
grows in your life.
At the risk of being labelled a spoilsport, may I request that Carroll looks across the first-team dressingroom at St James's Park and allows his eyes to dwell upon
They will also dwell upon
the strategies being adopted by them for distributing titles by December, 2009, the target set before all by the President of India in her speech to joint Houses of Parliament in June, 2009.
THIS poem is also a hymn which can be sung to the tune Martyrdom, which begins: "To Calvary, Lord, in spirit now Our weary souls repair, To dwell upon
Thy dying love, And taste its sweetness there.
This life could be a wonderful life No need to dwell upon