Or was she worried her dazzling new teeth might play hell with
the stained glass and put the vicar off his eulogy?
His friend and class fellow Syed Hussain Naqvi told in our last meeting Capt Asfandyar said, soon he be directly fighting the terrorists and play hell with
them and he proved it fighting in Badhber.
Lord Kinnock wrote in yesterday's Observer: "In the leadership election, we are not choosing the chair of a discussion group who can preside over two years or more of fascinating debate while the Tories play hell with
cuts in local services and public investment, extend injustice and flatlining incomes, sustain or worsen private debt, and deepen the balance of payments, productivity, housing and poverty deficits.
And he would play hell with
the referees on the television if they let players off for swearing or the like.
THE GREAT NORTH RUN A half marathon I've discovered is more than 10 miles That's going to wobble me innards and play hell with
me piles Apparently there are stops for water but not any pies Regardless of my entreaties and my starvation cries It is also sung that the road is lone and unending It is not what I thought and not what I was intending So here I am in my new trainers and vest Facing this Sunday when I should be at rest People all around stretching and looking quite fit Here I am with me fat kite feeling a bloody old twit.
They're going to win and then they're going to play hell with
THE weather is due to play hell with
the Wimbledon schedule today, but at least Tim Henman is safely through to the second round.
Travel, jet lag, sore muscles, over-tiredness and uncomfortable sleeping conditions play hell with
the ability to sleep for some people.
When that happens to my regular ISP I call in and play hell with
them until it's fixed.
Furthermore, a heat wave will play hell with
sleep schedules, leading, again, to drowsiness.
Heels, however, shorten the calf muscles and play hell with
the balls of your feet.