Peter's, the Great Pyramid, the Strasburg Cathedral and the Capitol in Washington were clustered against that wall, a man sitting on its upper edge could not hang his hat
on the top of any one of them without reaching down three or four hundred feet--a thing which, of course, no man could do.
It is not to be wondered at that poor Twemlow should decline to inflict a letter on his noble cousin (who has gout in the temper), inasmuch as his noble cousin, who allows him a small annuity on which he lives, takes it out of him, as the phrase goes, in extreme severity; putting him, when he visits at Snigsworthy Park, under a kind of martial law; ordaining that he shall hang his hat
on a particular peg, sit on a particular chair, talk on particular subjects to particular people, and perform particular exercises: such as sounding the praises of the Family Varnish (not to say Pictures), and abstaining from the choicest of the Family Wines unless expressly invited to partake.
BY VICTORIA MCMAHON SUPERSTAR golfer Rory McIlroy has his pick of where to hang his hat
but he admits he's a homebird at heart.
FRASER WISHART would hang his hat
on Scottish football not being in the grip of an integrity crisis.
But Scotland Under-21 boss Billy Stark insists he can hang his hat
on the hotheaded hitman ahead of a double-header against Luxembourg and Austria that could decide their Euro fate this week.
Senate candidate, why not the man who was the subject of a recent Union Leader article, "Will Mitt Romney hang his hat
And now he'll always have a place to hang his hat
, with a street in the Bronx named after him.
Toshack will have to ask is Koumas someone he can hang his hat
on - and the fact that Koumas chose Wigan over Everton and the fact he went on strike at West Brom all paint a picture.
He should hang his hat
on the deer's muzzle or use some other means to show that this animal is being carried.
FRANCIS LEE: Peter has not got a scapegoat to hang his hat