She was rather a favorite with `old Davis', as, of course, he was called, and it's my private belief that he would have broken his word
if the indignation of one irrepressible young lady had not found vent in a hiss.
In an instant they stood before him; but the queen wept, and said he had broken his word
, and bad luck would follow.
On another occasion he came almost completely to grief by flinging a whole dish of cutlets at an officer who was acting as steward, attacking him and, it was said, striking him for having broken his word
and told a barefaced lie.
"If I live, all would be changed; if I live, interest would be converted into doubt, pity into hostility; if I live I am only a man who his broken his word
, failed in his engagements -- in fact, only a bankrupt.
He has broken his word
and seized the opportunity I was mad and credulous enough to tell him of.
Tory MP James Duddridge, who has run a long campaign against the Speaker, said he had broken his word
to stand down.
But Scottish Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie said: "The former First Minister has broken his word
to the Scottish people.
Alliance leader David Ford said it was "not the first time that Peter Robinson has broken his word
, nor will it be the last, but now the Assembly will be left in limbo as we continue without a Speaker".
"He has broken his word
. All of the evidence would lead most reasonable, fair-minded people to the conclusion that there has to be significant doubt about the safety of Michael's conviction.
In a joint statement, Ipswich chairman David Sheepshanks and manager Burley said: "It was not until we received a message at 2pm that we knew Kachloul had broken his word
"We had a verbal agreement with Simon that he wouldn't play against us and he has broken his word
Fashanu, the former Wimbledon striker who is now Nigeria's sports ambassador, had claimed Kanu had broken his word
but yesterday accepted he should play for Arsenal instead of travelling to Sydney.
He promised a sharp break with China in the wake of the unconscionable repression in June; by December he had broken his word
and was suing for peace.
The former Celtic chief executive is furious at the Italian's allegations that he had broken his word
In a joint statement, manager George Burley and chairman David Sheepshanks revealed: "It was not until we received a message at 2pm this afternoon that we knew that Kachloul had broken his word