from the ridiculous to the sublime

from the ridiculous to the sublime

See: from the sublime to the ridiculous
See also: ridiculous, sublime
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From the ridiculous to the sublime as us lot at 7DAYS are still to be found waxing our ears and scratching our heads while asking: "Did he really say that?
Blackburn were close to opening up a four-goal margin in the 52nd minute with a move from the ridiculous to the sublime.
Women's windfall From the ridiculous to the sublime - Hills are getting into the spirit of the women's World Cup by standing a number of bets and guaranteeing the winnings to the Women's Sport and Fitness Foundation (WSFF).
It follows my crazy interests from the ridiculous to the sublime," he says of the show.
The goals ranged from the ridiculous to the sublime, and, with three home-grown players in a side that defended well and attacked with flair, power and creativity, the future looks bright -if there is one.
But it was Pires' contribution that epitomised Villa's January transformation from the ridiculous to the sublime with the former Arsenal legend departing to what seemed suspiciously like a standing ovation on 68 minutes.
From the ridiculous to the sublime now - and one Barca player who has already lit up the tournament for me is Lionel Messi (right).
frisson that elevated this from the ridiculous to the sublime.
I can't help but think his arrival as interim boss replacing Jim Gannon is a case of going from the ridiculous to the sublime.
His transformation from the ridiculous to the sublime was emphasised in moving from 50 to 98 in just 26 balls, five of which were lifted over the ropes.
Bruce said: "We go from the ridiculous to the sublime but the one thing we've got is a threat up front.
The Lakers' play during their 132-106 rout of the shorthanded Phoenix Suns ranged from the ridiculous to the sublime Thursday night at Staples Center.
And then from the ridiculous to the sublime, a resident living diagonally opposite Chris has created a most unusual and eye-catching wall by cementing giant oval stones, some of which look like huge eggs, onto the top.