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Emmerdale actor Jonathan Wrather has admitted that playing a soap rapist could be a millstone around his neck for his career.
It has since become a millstone around his neck, with people convinced the town is real.
Don't mention: The fictionalised village of Llanbobl, where he claimed he was from in answer to a heckler's questions, and which has since become a millstone around his neck, with people convinced the town is real.
Livingstone won the race as an independent in 2000 and with Labour support in 2004 but, in the current climate, his association with Labour is a millstone around his neck.
When Kevin discovers a piece of property with an old church building in downtown Chicago, his investment turns into a millstone around his neck when he learns that he has signed a contract with the Mob--a contract he can't deliver on.
Bishop Antonio Baseotto, assigned to the nation's military, responded angrily in a letter that included a suggestion that Gonzalez be "thrown into the sea with a millstone around his neck," which the bishop later said was a reference to a biblical passage.
That he did it, however, will be a millstone around his neck all his life.
He was obsessed with her until the end, but she remained a millstone around his neck After she took up acrobatic with new partners, Legat arranged sensational number for engagements in Paris music halls.