I had no love for Xodar, but I cannot stand the sight of
cowardly injustice and persecution without seeing red as through a haze of bloody mist, and doing things on the impulse of the moment that I presume I never should do after mature deliberation.
In a radio interview, the PCOO head said he understands why netizens are able to leave harsh words against the bully because as a parent, he cannot stand the sight of
any of his children getting hurt.
pages of Enjoying plentiful zzzzs is all well and good, but if you cannot stand the sight of
your bedroom during daylight hours, the bed of dreams can become something of an interiors nightmare.
I love pasta and fresh salads, however I cannot stand the sight of
20 Which movie heart-throb has admitted he cannot stand the sight of
his own face?
Jamie Dornan 'hates own face' FIFTY Shades of Grey heart-throb Jamie Dornan has admitted he cannot stand the sight of
his own face.
"If these people cannot stand the sight of
a leaf, then it's not a leaf-blower they need - it's a psychiatrist" Actor Tom Conti cannot stand the noise from his neighbours' leafblowers at his London home "God knows, I have tried.
She just cannot stand the sight of
cats digging for food in garbage dumps or kittens thrown in garbage bins or left to die a slow death under the scorching sun.
We cannot complain about Bercow's election as Speaker (even though plenty of people do), although he was voted in almost entirely by Labour MPs simply to annoy the Tories, his own party, who cannot stand the sight of
They, of course, cannot stand the sight of
each other and the idea of a shared great destiny does not sit easily, even when the prophesy comes from the mouth of a magic, talking dragon.
It's interesting that hard-core fans, which is not necessarily the same as violent types, offer up detailed historic reasons about why they cannot stand the sight of
their nearest rivals.
This was despite the fact that he cannot stand the sight of
blood, and had to leave the room for the births of his three sons.
Hopefully, there'll be a decent spat between the two bosses, Chelsea's Jose Mourhino and Rafael Benitez of Liverpool, who clearly cannot stand the sight of
each other (Sky Sports 1, 2pm-5.30pm.
Domenech, by all accounts, cannot stand the sight of
Zidane and the feeling is said to be mutual.