By the way, that means when you talk down to someone
But Lambert (above), who won the Champions League with Borussia Dortmund in 1997 and four Scottish titles with Celtic, retorted: "For another manager to come out saying such stupid things is annoying and I won't lie down to someone
who has never played at the top level."
"Until a judge is standing in the shoes of a parent who has lost their child, it is very hard when you have to hear such a minimal sentence handed down to someone
who has destroyed your life.
For more call 09050 700 442 Scorpio Oct 24 - Nov 22 A MONEY matter isn't going the way you'd like - and it's down to someone
who hasn't been as vigilant as they should have been in getting the money to you.
In the same spirit, the trials of the Russian space station Mir have been put down to someone
knocking the nails in crooked, and of course, browsing the news archives, there seems to be an abundance of Bill Gates-related spoof articles.
But Gwent Police said they believed the stunt was down to someone
hacking into the web site rather than a terrorist threat.
"We've had all sorts of things go on and we report them to the Chief Superintendent in Solihull and he passes it down to someone
who passes it down and nothing gets done.
Denise Robertson, despite her self-styled guru knowledge, failed to understand this word, which is sometimes used in Wales by the more bombastic among us when talking down to someone
in a would-be intimidating manner.
What's the point of being tied down to someone
in a relationship that isn't even fun?
Nawal has decided to produce her own music in the future rather than be tied down to someone
MARK STEWART confessed his early opener for Dumbarton may have been down to someone
"You can talk down to someone
, or go over the top - that's disrespect.
Whatever name one applies charity, socialism, assistance it still boils down to someone
needing help and what the response should be to that call for help.