Some phrase about dead men's shoes
stirred in the sediment of her memory.
The former England boss revealed he did not want to appear to be waiting to step into "dead men's shoes
", but craved the chance to work again since his demise at Euro 2016.
Getting prime-time salmon fishing used to be a case of waiting for "dead men's shoes
had the misfortune to be waiting for dead men's shoes
all too long.
I thought, 'Where did she come from and, more importantly, how did she get to be that person who dealt with discrimination, put-downs and had the bottle to say, 'I'm treading on dead men's shoes
All those young men that gave their lives for nothing, and still the silent trumpeter calls the young to put on dead men's shoes
and join the march to insanity.
But among the second tier of council appointees much change is taking place, partly as a result of filling dead men's shoes
and partly as a result of clamour from within the Tory group.
Perhaps then the real point about the reforms, and their attempt to give value to the pitches while removing the old system of standing in dead men's shoes
, would have been appreciated better.
See Donald Chisholm, Waiting for Dead Men's Shoes
: Origins and Development of the U.S.
While the immediate plunge into scholarly arguments might initially create the false impression that Waiting for Dead Men's Shoes
is simply a horribly swollen dissertation, it also underscores the fact that Chisholm's work is significant to a number of academic disciplines.
While Case for Three Detectives actually does recommend three P.1.-like services (apparently assuming that people who read detective novels are looking for tips on how to investigate acquaintances), I'm not sure the owners of three shoe stores recommended in another search would appreciate the co-marketing connection with Dead Men's Shoes
it was, says one secretary, a case of waiting for dead men's shoes
Annan Athletic are walking in dead men's shoes
after entering the SFL.
Promotion by seniority, waiting for dead men's shoes
, is a sad blow to efficiency, for it stifles initiative and offers no incentive." Yet for well over a century, promotion by seniority prevailed.
His successor, Brian Horton, who has a habit of slipping comfortably into dead men's shoes
, overcame initial hostility from players and supporters and dragged his squad to safety, collecting 22 points from 18 games - equivalent to 56 over a whole season, which, coincidentally, is the same total past experience suggests we should expect now from a First Division team with the Valiants' final tally of 47.