There may be a lot of truth in what she says but the reality is she is playing a second fiddle
to the army," Vadakkan added.
Count your blessings, even second fiddles
have a tune, a role, imagine when you are whining about your condition the millions who do not even make the orchestra.
Felipe Massa says he won't play second fiddle
to team-mate Fernando Alonso
is most often used to describe a person serving in a subsidiary capacity, especially to one immediately superior.
But in conversations we had while waiting for files to load and discs to burn, I realized that Kucera's keyboard wizardry and buzzing equipment played second fiddle
to a keen intellect interested in overlapping questions about duration, simultaneity, location, motion, point of view, and perspective, and in how shifting these factors might influence spatiotemporal perception, experiential comprehension, memory organizat ion, and the construction/conception of self.
But evidently, even the march would have to play second fiddle
to responding to an offhand quip in a movie.
The guitar, however, inevitably played second fiddle
as Charo's cuchi-cuchi took off.
Azcairraga may resent playing second fiddle
to the U.
Who exalts Herman Hertzberger today, or for that matter James Stirling, Robert Venturi or Michael Graves whose work was once so central to our architectural discourses but who now play second fiddle
to Frank Gehry, Rem Koolhaas and Herzog & de Meuron?
Defeated twice in their previous four games, Bandits took the opening encounter 13-7 and the Arrows played second fiddle
from the first innings, all but one of the home side's line-up rounding the bases in their first chance at bat to send the hosts8-2 clear.
Ironically on the same day a truly major news story played second fiddle
to the sexy Paula Jones item.
Playing second fiddle
to skipper Misagh Bahadoran in the UFL Cup, the Japan-raised Minegishi, whose mother hails from Olongapo, stood at the forefront of Global's long and gruelling campaign, serving as linchpin of the attack by firing 18 goals.
Hurling always plays second fiddle
and it was disrespected.
Reliable' Siddle has been the highest wicket-taker under Clarke's captaincy, with 114 at 28 in 31 Tests, and had played 19 Tests on the trot, however, he has increasingly become second fiddle
to Johnson and Harris and was 'losing his wheels'.