IT IS often suggested that audiences attending any show by the surreal Lip Service
should be offered either counselling or medical attention after they collapse from fits of hysterical laughter.
Sexy Laura, The Tudors star Ruta Gedmintas and Fiona Button, who appeared in The Palace, play three 20-something lesbians living in the city in new series Lip Service
star Roxanne McKee yesterday told how she kissed a girl - and liked it.
Jurisdictions that put these in have to do more than pay lip service
to traffic safety.
Will Congress really ban partial-birth abortion," asked American Life League (ALL) president Judie Brown in a November 8th press statement, "or just give prolifers lip service
by once again passing a meaningless regulation containing an erroneous loophole that renders the whole package moot?
, alias Maggie Fox and Sue Ryding, bring their own irreverent style to the Wilde comedy.
It's no longer enough just to pay lip service
to such partnerships, said National Adult Day Services Association (NADSA) chair Jan Nestler.
We must show that we are willing and able to give more than just lip service
It pays lip service
to the classics with a sheer veneer that is deliberately fractured by renegade forays into break-all-the-rules contemporary ballet.
Ignited by growing international competition, the likes of which this country had never experienced, the first reaction was to stand pat and pretend that all the talk about improved quality was merely lip service
However, in their goal of offering such services, they are still doing little more than providing investment management and lip service
BBC3, Tuesday THIS wasn't at all gratuitous, was it?
There is nothing quite as repulsive as corporate executives that pay lip service
to free markets and free trade when it suits their needs, and who cry like spoiled children when they don't.
Some CEOs, I suspect, are only giving lip service
when they talk about their teams, secretly believing that most top managers can be "swapped out" in a heartbeat.
In Brown's case, it comes off as halfhearted lip service
, an allusion retained solely to flag as contemporary a practice that is, at heart, fundamentally conservative.