He said: "We're doing our damnedest
to make it a competitive game and a good game.
Sir David, while confident that nature has the ability to recover, added: "We're doing our damnedest
to prevent that now.
But we are going to be doing our damnedest
to make sure that if we can't win it we delay it.
After all, shouldn't we be doing our damnedest
to keep smoking and tobacco out of the living rooms and bedrooms of our nation's kids?
We will take as read all the usual caveats and qualifications about constantly doing our damnedest
to prevent horses being killed, and please let's dispense with our customary refuge in expressions such as 'casualties' or horses 'paying the ultimate price'.
All of us are doing our damnedest
to find the answer to fuel economy, which is going to require a new generation of vehicles," says Kasparian, who joined Ford in 2001.
There's nothing better than winning and getting that momentum, but losing after you've been on a winning run is the worst feeling in the world - and we're doing our damnedest
to keep that out of the players' minds.
And he added: 'We are doing our damnedest
to ensure there are accounting changes to address complaints about wrong-doing.
Rugby borough councillor for Princethorpe, Ron Ravenhall, said: "We are doing our damnedest
at all ends to try to make this road safer.
All of Ireland will be jumping on December 31 and we'll be doing our damnedest
over the coming weeks to pin down the best and worst places to be, starting with Dublin.
Obviously we'll be doing our damnedest
to make sure he's sorted out in terms of his condition and that's his priority.
It's proving difficult, but we are doing our damnedest
We have a service people like and are prepared to pay for and we'll be doing our damnedest
to return to profitability as soon as possible,' he said.
Ireland will be doing our damnedest
to make sure that doesn't happen.
We're doing our damnedest
to bring four or five players in because that's how many we need.