The Stroke Association is urging people to show their support for stroke survivors who are lost for words
and make a donation.
First-year referee Ryan Johnson came to the fore with the two controversial decisions and a visibly deflated Bishop said: "I'm lost for words
at the moment.
A novel as badly written as Lost for Words
is hardly a suitable home for parody.
His first two books were adapted for television under the titles Wide-Eyed and Legless and Lost for Words
I'M not usually lost for words
but, when my daughter Eve got married this summer, I was temporarily left speechless.
The council may believe they have won the day But in the future they may yet pay A hundred years of history they have sent down the drain Bowls may never be played in Heaton Park again History has finally taken its course For The Meldon bowling club it could not get any worse The bowlers are mostly lost for words
To them it all seem so absurd No doubt we will find another bowling green But not half as beautiful as the Heaton Park scene G McLANDERS, Byker
He is not very fluent and gets lost for words
, but it is a lot more encouraging and he has an excellent speech therapist.
LOST FOR WORDS
Jeremy Clarkson was fazed by Nelson Mandela
VERDICT: Merritt is never Lost for words
- or outlandish ideas.
Byline: It's not often you see Ricky Ponting lost for words
Even Q would be lost for words
at the latest attempt to stimulate the Midland housing market.
I asked the Intourist guide why Stalin's name had not been carved above or below Lenin's; but the poor man was lost for words
But lile [sic] I saidthere are just certain things that I feel are not fair when I see her guests just sit there humiliated and are lost for words
again these are my personal observation I could be wrong but theres [sic] definitely nothing wrong to have my views," Erap's daughter explained.
POETRY fans can immerse themselves in Dylan Thomas country then be lost for words
at a new hotel and spa.