'In times for ever fled Arthur,' returned Mrs Finching, 'pray excuse me Doyce and Clennam infinitely more correct and though unquestionably distant still 'tis distance lends enchantment
to the view, at least I don't mean that and if I did I suppose it would depend considerably on the nature of the view, but I'm running on again and you put it all out of my head.'
However, it's a case of distance lends enchantment
Of course distance lends enchantment
(the carrots your grandma grew and cooked always tasted delicious) but it is undeniably true that a lot of old varieties were revered for their taste.
Apparently, distance lends enchantment
. But some disagree and say that the relationship thrives because it isn't tested by the nitty-gritty of living with somebody on a daily basis.
I suppose in some cases, "distance lends enchantment
" while elsewhere it might possibly have something to do with the Plaid Leadership election.
"Distance lends enchantment
. The further back you go, the sun always shone.
The old adage that distance lends enchantment
does have an influence; however those were halcyon days (and nights).
HAS your correspondent Charles Harris of Ryal, Northumberland (Voice of the North, February 24) heard the old saying that "distance lends enchantment
to the view"?
Maybe distance lends enchantment
and there were a lot of ordinary players in my playing days.
For the gift from afar confers, legitimates and even hallows power, just as distance lends enchantment
to strangers and sanctity to pilgrims.
At the end of the explanation, he just said, 'That was years ago, and distance lends enchantment
.' "So when I'm on a zimmer frame, I'll say winning the Swedish championship in 1976 was my greatest achievement."
But distance lends enchantment
and a trip to the Museum of Welsh Life, St Fagans provides a fascinating way of seeing granny in action before rushing back to the comforting surroundings of Laura Ashley and Habitat.
Yet in America Liverpool is as mythical as Memphis - distance lends enchantment