We brought out the whisky Beat the Dram to commemorate our Loch Ness Concert which was entitled Beat The Drum
The hitcom is on a two-week hiatus while Kelsey returns to form, giving Jane some extra time to focus on her non-``Frasier'' activities - continuing to beat the drum
for the inspiring ``Music of the Heart,'' in which she plays a socialite who comes to the aid of the Meryl Streep character and her inner-city music students.
The Scottish Sun - run by Englishmen in Glasgow - has been trying to beat the drum
for our Braveheart Scottish squad.
As the longest-running Energizer bunny for supply-side economics, Kemp has relentlessly beat the drum
for smaller, less-intrusive government.
They can beat the drum
for teamwork and excellence and open communication, but no one will dance to their tune if they fail to make the person-to-person gestures that say, "I value you," or "You did good work.
They beat the drums
of 35 punctures for four months but they did not even speak a word about it before JC", she said this while talking to media men after his appearance before JC here.
Around the council table, Fedeli is doing all he can to beat the drums
Unfortunately, that opportunity was missed to some extent because the administration was slow to respond, allowing our critics to beat the drums
of anti-American sentiment for days.
Brian Byrnes brought his career tally over jumps to five with a judicious front-running ride on 16-1 shot Beat The Drums
in the maiden hurdle.
Challenge organiser Nick Button, whose wife Delia suffers from multiple sclerosis, was among the Beat the Drums