It would be my advice to persons situated in this way, to not roll or thrash around, because this excites the interest of all the different sorts of animals and makes every last one
of them want to turn out and see what is going on, and this makes things worse than they were before, and of course makes you objurgate harder, too, if you can.
Yet every last one
of them knew I had nothing but my salary and that I'd always lived a lap ahead of it.
All the nobility, and all the patriarchs and prophets - every last one
of them - and all the archangels, and all the princes and governors and viceroys, were there, - and NO small fry - not a single one.
The final straw came last night when the panel set the bar so low that every last one
of the acts received a "yes".
The human body has nearly 700 named skeletal muscles, so it stands to reason that an ideal exercise would make use of every last one
-- a tall order, to be sure.
They are sponsored by the Montana Nurses Association and the Ohio Nurses Association and they cover topics that range from stress reduction to workplace wellness and, quite frankly, I hope you catch EVERY LAST ONE
After putting ant powder in the Hoover we began the crusade to suck up every last one
Every last one
of that quartet will be trying to buy better quality players to stand between their eminently able goalkeepers and their mid-fielders.
Haggen Food & Pharmacy took steps toward selling every last one
of its stores, including profitable stores it has owned for decades.
Other managers would have snapped and lost their cool but Martinez answered every last one
Frankly, I'd give every last one
of them a piece of my mind if I could.
And if you can't join them, purchase every last one
of them and make them join you.
And if you can’t join them, purchase every last one
of them .
And if Worcester fails to stamp out every last one
of the bugs, the long-term consequences for the city, Central Massachusetts, and the Northeast could be dire, indeed.
The SNP are trying to win over Labour voters, and we have to be out there fighting for every last one