As farmers we expect bad times along with the good times but this is the grimmest
Coun Osborn wants to go further by exploiting the scene of public hangings in Digbeth, as well as Chamberlain's grave, to offer tourists a day's bus trip around the grimmest
memories the city has to offer.
It is currently losing about pounds 3 million a day, far worse than in even the grimmest
days of British Leyland.
When play was halted late yesterday afternoon, Lane and Sherborne led in the clubhouse on the three under par mark of 135, both having slogged through 36 holes of the grimmest
Brave, true and quite an effort to sit through, ``Nil by Mouth'' may be the grimmest
slice of lower-class British life filmed in this decade.
PRISONERS in Scotland's grimmest
jail are up in arms - because their cells are too cold.
Has he got the chat to cajole a band of struggling players into surviving the grimmest
relegation battle in living memory?
I bet psychologist Cliff Arnall, who came up with the formula to prove it's the grimmest
day of the year, wakes up every January 24 with a grin on his face.
How sad it has been that the country's best railway service should be paired with the capital's grimmest
When play was halted last night Lane and Sherborne led in the clubhouse on the three under par mark of 135, both having slogged through 36 holes of the grimmest
Dalton, who was the grimmest
of movie James Bonds, strikes a nice comic stance, too, awkward yet not buffoonish as Pochenko's tender tendencies emerge.
The 27-year-old's trademark smile, which she has bravely flashed through even the grimmest
of periods, was gone.
Because even if this is the grimmest
Christmas in living memory, it isn't the end of the world.
Last autumn the Denbighshire town was one of four chosen by entrepreneur magazine EN as the grimmest
in the North West.
Snap four would be the expression on the customers' faces when we happened to walk into the grimmest
pub in central London while wearing Maesteg-glam outfits.