Yes, 'tis too true," said Comminges, "'tis almost a prison; but what a singular fancy this is of yours, count -- you, who are the very flower of our nobility -- to squander
your valor and loyalty amongst these upstarts, the Frondists
I AM going to squander
it in a wild soulless revel of some sort," declared Anne gaily.
But instead of rushing through a new state-of-the-art facility for our growing criminal fraternity, it squanders
barrels of cash trying to patch up a building already earmarked for closure.
The younger of the two brothers selfishly asks his father for his inheritance, effectively declaring his father dead, and then runs off and squanders
The Health Service is worse now than when he took control, Welsh kids get less spent on them than their English counterparts, yet he arrogantly squanders
So it goes with ``Queens Supreme'' (a less than supreme title), which squanders
Oliver Platt, Robert Loggia and Annabella Sciorra with been- there-done-that stories and cheeky but not actually clever dialogue.