go to the world

go to the world

obsolete To get married. The phrase was once used to highlight the difference between married and religious life. A: "I must inform you that Lady Mary and Lord Michael have gone to the world." B: "And I was not invited to their nuptials?"
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To go to the World Cup would be great and I am confident we are going to go through.
I've become a far more mature player, I've got a lot more international experience and I think I'm in a far better place to go to the World Cup and do well than I was last time round.
Summary: Wayne Bridge has made himself unavailable for selection by England and will not go to the World Cup finals.
She said: "I'd like to go to the World Indoor Champs in Doha, but I have three races before then in Glasgow, Sheffield and then Birmingham.
We do not pay players to go to the World Cup, we pay the players to do well for Arsenal.
The first pride of a man is to do well for the guy who pays you in life, not to go to the World Cup.
I think that [the deal] was important because of the cache attached to it, it does shows that this building is viable and the location is viable and I think that its uses will present great amenities for other tenants who go to the World Trade Center," Riguardi said.
That makes me even hungrier to go to the World Cup and to try to win it.
The Poland striker says: "I think Poland can win the group and I believe England will also go to the World Cup by finishing second.
I didn't want him to go to the World Cup as he needs an operation on his injured knee.
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That means no new training, no adapting your company around your equipment, and no loss of features when you're ready to go to the world of IP.
The consequence of winning is you go to the World Cup the consequence of being beaten, or a score draw, is you're out.