When I speak of the "earliest accounts I possess of my progenitors," authentic information is meant only; for, like other races, we have certain dark legends that might possibly carry us back
again to the old world in quest of our estates and privileges.
It will carry us back
to where we started from," predicted Ojo, beginning to be nervous.
When there was a lull in the fighting, Felix would go up and carry us back
to the top of the bed.
Next we would roll pine logs into the river and they would swiftly carry us back
to Tremorfa and to think that 70 years later I'm still visiting the same site.
It appears to have been the one universal grace memorized by most Catholics--the words so familiar they carry us back
to those meals and gatherings around the table.
It would be a betrayal of our constituents if we failed to win over the voters to carry us back
into government and avoid being on the fringes of politics for the next two decades.
Yet we know it does, we know the economy goes through peaks and troughs, recessions and recoveries, and that we just have to survive the trough, emerge from it intact, so we can jump on the recovery bandwagon and allow it to carry us back
Is the country still marooned on a recessionary lee shore (to extend the nautical metaphor) or are we beginning to pick up the first gusts of some fresh trade winds that will carry us back
Most say nothing very deep, but have power to carry us back
to a fall of rain at dusk, the summer we fixed the roof, or the uncertainty of an illness now long and happily past, but marking a moment when life seemed more precious for the threat of being lost.
In these days when the festival is increasingly an excuse simply to shop, drink and eat, the words carry us back
to the manger in Bethlehem and surround us with shepherds and wise men.
I fear that those who are incapable of reading the signs of the times will attempt to carry us back
to that lost moment.
If the electorate perceived us as a credible alternative government the potential support for us could carry us back
We now have time-budget surveys, but the best ones carry us back
only to about World War II.
That's for the future and right now we are all focused on tonight's home match and mounting a run to carry us back
towards the play-offs.
Whoever gets the nod, I'm sure most would agree that this has been a worthwhile exercise, allowing oceans of sentiment and a tidal wave of pecuniary self-interest to carry us back
to rose - (and in some cases sepia) - tinted afternoons at the track and long hours frittered away in the betting shop.