"Please to excuse me, miss," she said with a last horrified look at her venerable visitor; "I really can't stand the sight of
such a blot of dirt as that in my nice clean parlor." With those words she disappeared, and was seen no more.
We've both cheated and there are days I can't stand the sight of
Without any reason, they keep fighting and can't stand the sight of
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you helping me cook!" she said.
"You say you've been humbled, you haven't been humbled, you know you can't stand the sight of
This has been going on for years, artists have been writing heartbreak songs while happily married and I imagine writing love songs during times they can't stand the sight of
Come to think of it, I actually can't stand the sight of
With a mob debt and a pregnant girlfriend who can't stand the sight of
him, David is about to find that sometimes the best fathers are the men who seem the least fit for parenting.
I can't stand the sight of
him!" Pascal Rogard, director-general of the French Society of Dramatic Authors and Composersa (SACD), admittedly took one of the most hard-line positions during a meeting of film makers in Dijon, France, hosted by the French society of authors, directors and producers (ARP), on 24-25 October.
They can't stand the sight of
blood; and again gave, to those who have no vote, the humane advice that the decent way to bring about change is by constitutional means.
There is something about a football match when the two sets of fans genuinely can't stand the sight of
Some can't stand the sight of
another meal in Instagram format, some can't tolerate another new baby photo and some people have conducted a Stalinist purge on their Friendlist when they couldn't bear seeing another round of updates from people with political bias.
MICK McCARTHY admits some people can't stand the sight of
Zoo director Helga Happ said, "We get the feeling they can't stand the sight of
each other anymore."
"We get the feeling they can't stand the sight of
each other anymore," the Daily Mail quoted Zoo boss Helga Happ as telling The Austrian Times.