month of Sundays


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month of Sundays

Informal
An indefinitely long period of time: It will take you a month of Sundays to chop all that wood.
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Emley Drama Group - from |left, Jonathan Sharp, David Lightfoot, Meg Plummer, Karen Kirkup, John Emms - rehearse A Month of Sundays
CAN'T complain, mustn't grumble", was the ongoing mantra of one grumpy old man in A Month of Sundays, though the same could be said of the play itself.
Even if we do play with courage and effort, we simply can't match Man Utd in terms of quality, not in a month of Sundays.
Rhodri Morgan is good with his one-liners, but you could not imagine him running the country in a month of Sundays.
LORNE Jackson appears jealous of a woman who has actually achieved somethinghewouldneverhavetheguts to do in a month of Sundays.
92sec (+30) for Reading's four-bend course, Droopys Chester picked up a career-high rating of 103, a mark that suggests it could be a month of Sundays before he adds any other silverware to his owner's collection
From the people who brought you A Month of Sundays in Portrush, and A Month of Sundays in Newcastle (Co Down) comes A Month of Sundays on Lough Erne.
Maybe, but you couldn't do this research on your own in a month of Sundays.
This year, the festival will present its Lifetime Achievement Award to legendary actor Rod Steiger, who stars in the feature film ``A Month of Sundays.