cried Sikes, seizing her roughly by the arm, 'If I don't think the gal's stark raving
There were some in tears; some raging and tearing themselves, as if they had been in the greatest agonies of sorrow; some stark raving
and downright lunatic; some ran about the ship stamping with their feet, others wringing their hands; some were dancing, some singing, some laughing, more crying, many quite dumb, not able to speak a word; others sick and vomiting; several swooning and ready to faint; and a few were crossing themselves and giving God thanks.
He won his second GRAMMY Award for his album Stark Raving
Black and has published three bestselling books: Nothing's Sacred(Simon & Schuster, 2005), Me of Little Faith(Riverhead Books, 2008) and I'm Dreaming of a Black Christmas(Riverhead Books, 2010).
Or perhaps, just perhaps, I have already gone stark raving
However mad life gets, and it will seem pretty stark raving
bonkers in the Far East, the Real Madrid Galactico realises he is employed in a fickle old industry.
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It wants to know that we humans really aren't this dreadful at fairness, that the rules we created aren't so inflexible that there isn't someone, somewhere with the power to stand up and say: "This is utterly, stark raving
Then again we are informed some funding for the new bridge came from the Welsh Government and Europe, are we all stark raving
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WHAT is it about Boxing Day that sends some people stark raving
John Doe in Seven "METHODICAL, exacting and worst of all, patient," is how Morgan Freeman's world-weary detective describes Kevin Spacey's otherwise stark raving
serial killer in Seven.
And clearly the two who voted for Phil Neville and Iain Dowie are either stark raving
loonies or have a pound placed at the bookies.
You'd have to be stark raving
bonkers to touch him with a bargepole.
Before I go stark raving
mad, I think I have a solution - we throw a parmo party for them.
In fact, it is stark raving
bonkers - and never more so than in Sefton, where 500-plus council workers have lost their jobs, and the rest haven''t had a pay rise in three years.