Wolves manager Mark McGhee last night scoffed
at Watford's pounds 2million valuation of teenage strike sensation David Connolly.
During the question-and-answer period, a member of the audience scoffed
at the idea that his bank would ever agree to such conditions.
And beaming Diana scoffed
her Krispy Kreme delights along with an Italian meal after leaving the Radio 1 studios in London.
1 issue in last year's mayoral campaign, cynics scoffed
Bob Arum, who promotes Castillo, on Sunday scoffed
at the notion Castillo purposely came in heavy.
10 of the giant Indian crisps in just five minutes.
at USC coach Pete Carroll's admission that he rushed the extra-point team on the field after Dwayne Jarrett caught a touchdown pass because Carroll wanted to avoid a replay decision.
The colourful creature was first spotted in New South Wales, Australia, in 1924 - but experts at the time scoffed
at the notion that a trip to the spa was anything less than a manly way to spend his holiday.
Moore faced challenges from documentary purists, while conservatives scoffed
at his theories and tried to block commercials of the film featuring President Bush, invoking election regulations.
USC safety Jason Leach scoffed
at the notion that his team respects UCLA because of such a close game.
But California Republicans scoffed
at the notion that Bush is crafting his campaign around Kerry's, noting that the president's schedule is set weeks in advance.
When Reagan came into office in 1981, federal bureaucrats, the White House press corps and the international intelligentsia all scoffed
at his tough approach to the Soviet Union.
Asked if he considered reeling in his game a little, Bryant scoffed
Many San Fernando Valley residents scoffed
Wednesday at news reports that a single cow in Washington state had been diagnosed with mad cow disease, pledging to continue devouring burgers and steaks with gusto.