Above all, IMG owns this event and they run it the best way," thundered Vijay after he was probed if he was being dealt with shabbily
I bet you've skated one of their "amazing" or "extreme" "boardcourts" [def: boardcourt: shabbily
made skateboard park, shared with rollerbladers or even BMXers, populated by small children, and enclosed in a tight fence.
Touristically corny as Helen's reverie is, with its footage of camels and pyramids, it provides a sharp ironic parallel between Egypt and Margate itself, a shabbily
exotic escape for generations of working-class British holidaymakers.
Until a decade ago, the Anacostia watershed was treated shabbily
, much like the predominantly low-income, African-American community surrounding its eastern banks.
Murphy, the Fred Morgan Kirby professor of civil rights at Lafayette College, describes a jurist who, for all his humanitarian rhetoric on the bench, treated his own friends, family, and colleagues shabbily
But the point remains, Time-Life does not deliver inside the package what the outside promises, treating both its customers and some classic recordings very shabbily
It's hard to believe that Saints can play as shabbily
as they did against the Toffees, especially after their
Even within the last several years, she says, "I've heard from women who were being actively or tacitly discouraged from management ambitions, and from others who were being shabbily
treated by men who should have been bringing them along.
There were two performances of The Firebird, one immaculately accurate but poorly danced by The Royal Ballet, and the other better danced, better decorated but slightly less authentic by the Kirov; two vigorously performed but shabbily
revived performances of Scheherazade by the Kirov; extremely lackluster Kirov revivals of Le Spectre de la Rose (without either style or scenery); dances from Prince Igor (quite accurate but tamely danced) and Petroushka; and finally, also from the Kirov, one of the finest performances of Les Sylphides (they call it Chopiniana, abandon the Benois decor and kick off, as did the Ballets Russes, with the "Polonaise Militaire"
She couldn't ignore the shabbily
dressed black men and women who passed by her rural Pennsylvania farm in dilapidated buses on their way to the tomato fields.
It's a slightly intellectually undemanding thing to do, being a rock singer, but, you know, you make the best of it" Sir Mick Jagger "Stupid little man" Transport Minister Simon Burns' riposte to Commons Speaker John Bercow, who rebuked him for expressing disagreement with a Labour MP "I did treat women very shabbily
and didn't break up relationships very well.
While York might have been struggling for points there would appear to have been some grounds for patience and if Mills makes a return to football management he can be reasonably assured he probably won't be treated quite so shabbily
As always, it is the ordinary man and woman in the street who is treated shabbily
O'Sullivan blasted: "Alex was an absolute legend, and snooker dealt with him shabbily
They also failed to let people know a watchdog could look into cases for them - and they dealt shabbily
with small firms.