Like a dog called to heel
by the huntsman, des Lupeaulx left his present quest and went immediately to his own rooms, thinking of his hazardous position.
"We would be called to heel
by Brussels, and it would embolden many of the EU leaders to speed up the process of ever closer union, and that would include, I think, the likelihood of a European military union," Col Kemp said.
The fall of Acre in 1291, which rendered tenuous the Order's very reason for being; the financial straits of Philip IV of France in the face of an increasingly complex political machine; the debacle at Anagni in 1303, and the resulting death of Boniface VIII, which for a time reduced the papacy to a puppet of French policy--all of these elements combine in Barber's work to undermine the traditional image of a degenerate order called to heel
by a zealous (or a threatened) church.
Now the Ukranians will finally be called to heel
when UEFA bosses lay down the law tomorrow.
Byline: CALLED TO HEEL
: A ban on foxhunting goes through the House of Commons
IN THE SWING: Venus Williams who has been called to heel
by her extrovert father, Richard.
It is a great pity that the grey-hound was not called to heel