and, in the dearth of worthier
objects of affection
In the 16th century, naming men before women became the acceptable word order to use because of the thinking that men were the worthier
I must remember 'ere Christ was dead, In pain and anguish still He said, "Forgive them for they know not what they do", And so on the day when our dreams come true, When the last "All Clear" has died away, Let me remember Lord that I may pray, My life for evermore shall worthier
be, Of those who died for Coventry.
The 21-year-old, who was frustrated to see the White Knights make a worthier
offer to extend the contract of fellow youngster Hazem Emam, will now stay at the club until 2014.
If we're going to go on about Keithless worlds, the recent loss of another merry toper, the acerbic and clever Keith Waterhouse, is worthier
material for mourning.
If we are to believe that this young African American President is sincere in his drive to bring about change as per his election vows, then there is no worthier
arena for such a change than the US policy towards this region.
I can think of few worthier
'causes' to support this week than Alf Ramsey Knew My Grandfather at the Gala Theatre in Durham.
In the past Birmingham had the dubious distinction of being known more for its road systems than for any of the worthier
assets it had to show off to the outside world.
He will be frightened to hit an errant drive because of the punishment the suspect wrist will receive in the heavy rough and LEEWESTWOOD, top Briton in the 2004 Open at Royal Troon and almost a US Open champ last month, has to be an even worthier
favourite following yesterday's news.
But none of that was mentioned in the attorney general's description, or in the ballot title, which focused on the far worthier
concerns of housing and shelter, not corporate welfare.
The architecture web's Living Treasure the modest Eric Morehouse recently suggested to me that a worthier
recipient of the title was the bloke who runs the Materialicious site at www.
The money saved on prison expenses could be spent on worthier
The billionaire believes Acorns, which supports terminally ill children, is a much worthier
cause and is prepared to write off a multi-million pound contract with commercial sponsors to give them some high-profile exposure.
But GOP Senators looking ahead to the 2008 elections have decided that the real front in the war lies not in Baghdad or Baquba but in the Beltway, and that a ''bipartisan'' redeployment is a worthier
goal than backing the current battle plan.
While feminism is supposed to be about equality for women, those in the academy pride themselves on choosing and being chosen as worthier