We grow up, file away
all the kids who never delivered, all the stars who got old, all the weaknesses that weren't overcome.
Quiz fans might want to file away
the fact that the longest street name on the map is Sir Winston Churchill Place.
According to the Rheingold Web site, the campaign challenges Bloomberg's "attempts to 'San Francisco-fy' the city," presumably by trying to file away
New York's rough edges.
Fortunately, "Office"-philes can file away
the DVD of the first season, which the BBC released last month.
It was that close and O'Sullivan rued the game as 'one that got away' - but he urged his side not to dwell on the might-have-beens, file away
the disappointment and spend the next week preparing mentally and physically for a huge French challenge.
Of course, by the time we got the camera out, the fun is over, but it's a sight to file away
in the old grey cells.
It is not too hard to imagine how such systems could one day be exploited by an authoritarian state to watch every one of us and quietly file away
every detail of our daily lives.
I empathize deeply with Bruce MacDonald in his perplexity of having to file away
the most valuable passport in the world and give up everything to be with the one he loves ["'Til Uncle Sam Do Us Part," September 14].
Also, make sure you file away
the various documents you'll need to complete the tax return - sending off for duplicates could hold things up later on.
This is where a yawning gap seems to open up between the religious and the secular life -- the man or woman in orders can allow divine love to sweep them up and consume them and call it work, but the layman must file away
his rare moments of transcendence alongside the office memos or the washing-up and keep his agitation under his hat.