You may as well drop the subject
, Tom,' said Short.
But I will drop the subject
, lest I say something about the old masters that might as well be left unsaid.
If you don't mind, Sir Edward," he said, "I guess we'll drop the subject
He has previously told the Record that Rosemary could remember her mum but, when she asked about the disappearance, she was told to drop the subject
If your friend says, "That's nice" drop the subject
Even if Quinn manages to get her to leave for now and drop the subject
, she likely won't.
Upon hearing the word "bomb", for example, you might roll your eyes and calmly state "It was fireworks, Bob," then drop the subject
They preferred to drop the subject
rather than drop out of each other's lives.
Arab students are not able to drop the subject
until after Grade 12.
While the country is being sold plot by plot, Davutoy-lu shows up and tells them [Arync and GE[micro]kcek] to drop the subject
The Telegram reporters were having too much fun to drop the subject
and they came up with various wild speculations about it.
A modern foreign language is compulsory only from the age of 11 in Welsh secondary schools and pupils can drop the subject
And despite her showing disgust about a further sexual conversation, he refused to drop the subject
and later asked about her sexual habits and those of colleagues.
He is going nowhere, so will everyone please drop the subject
The next day, however, he told Erekat to drop the subject