It looked more like a whale when lit up than anything else, and earned a sobriquet I daresay
has never been given to another holiday decoration anytime, anywhere.
If I saw it now, I daresay
I would find it embarrassing.
But if Catholic priests are slaughtered--he disbelieves it (and I daresay
really thinks they asked for it).
the amber monstrosity cost him the best part of a monkey, in which case it was the most compelling piece of evidence yet that footballers are paid far too much.
The author's modesty notwithstanding, King's work has proved tremendously popular--and I daresay
, deservedly so--with readers of all ages.
I don't mind anybody having a good time and I daresay
I was a less than sober student myself.
that if ProMags and SeaPatches had been available, the vast majority of those leaks could have been quickly and economically plugged, with minimum loss of oil or petrochemicals and maximum benefit to the countryside, the oceans, rivers and shore life, not to mention the people living there or nearby.
if they could then the giants of the tobacco industry would have installed them years ago to help them maintain their huge profits.
that none of those working in the World Trade Center were on food stamps, as are the families of many of our military personnel.