Now, perhaps you'll mention what's the matter
," said my sister, out of breath, "you staring great stuck pig.
The second-in-command of our fine country orchestrated the most ingenious plan ever this week with her very own hashtag: #Talktojoan Ooh, what's the matter
darling, are Labour feeling a little left out?
Parents are concerned and wonder what's the matter
, When kids don't exercise, they get fatter.
So, what's the matter
with the tea party, according to those who think there is much the matter with it?
Guralnik had come up with the gist of the Higgs field in 1962, during his doctoral research, but an adviser forced him to take that portion out, saying "I don't know what's the matter
with it, but it's not right.
The phone lines have been jammed since the morning I tried calling several times to find out what's the matter
but couldn't succeed, then I got to know through Twitter that it had been hacked," said a concerned resident.
All this talk about building fancy buildings in North Docks - what's the matter
with our city fathers?
The authors don't always offer a clear solution--in this case, they argue for lighter vehicles, smarter designs and less-rigid factories--but they get to the heart of what's the matter
with the way we produce stuff and the shifts we'll need to see if we're ever to approach real sustainability.
QI DON'T know what's the matter
with me, but I need help before I destroy all my relationships with people I care about.
Weapons of Mass Instruction (New Society Publishers, 2009) is a series of essays on what's the matter
with our school systems.
When you have a child that young you just want somebody to tell you what's the matter
YOGI BERRA, Hall of Fame catcher, when his wife told him she had seen the movie, Doctor Zhivago: "Oh, what's the matter
with you now?
Thus, they set out to solve one of the problems left hanging last year by Thomas Frank's acclaimed What's the Matter
The column is kicked off by Thomas Frank, author of What's the Matter
This 35-minute, full-color, animated, enthusiastically recommended DID features six new stories of the inhabitants of Sodar Island including Percy Gets It Right; Something Fishy; What's the Matter
with Henry; The Old Bridge; Trusty Rusty; and Bill, Ben & Fergus.