, who was sent off at evens favourite, rewarded her backers with a
The la ughter of all the children you have amused
over the years is music to my son's ears and you are much loved by many.
While federal programs such as this make for lively radio copy, the taxpayers are hardly amused
Unfortunately, their very strait- laced teachers aren't amused
when they repeat them in class.
Washington, Feb 21 (ANI): Dubbed video clips showing Adolf Hitler in various forms of action on YouTube are said to have both shocked and amused
the website's viewers.
TRAVELLING by train as often as I do, I amused
to my eardrums being assailed by other peoples' ringtones but the situation is getting out of hand.
If ever a person was wrongly typecast by one quotation it has to be Queen Victoria with that remark about not being amused
I READ with astonishment of the apparent demands of the G8 wives to be kept amused
during their husbands' deliberation of great matters.
Royal Quays shopping outlet, in North Shields, has scheduled an eggs-citing entertainment schedule to keep your little ones amused
this Easter, while you sneak in a bit of retail therapy.
The smiling Queen was clearly amused
as she watched the invasion from a window at Windsor Castle.
THE Queen has declared she is not amused
by a mock-up picture of herself browsing a sex manual to advertise the racy underwear chain Ann Summers.
Teresa de Lauretis would not be amused
by Donovan Leitch (she's not amused
by much), certainly not by that remark coming from anyone like him.
When asked about the view of some MPs that party members should not be allowed to choose another leader, he said, 'I'm rather amused
because I seem to recall it was MPs that selected Mrs Thatcher and promptly stabbed her to death.