None of the Emperor's clothes
had met with such approval as these had.
Ironically, the amulet contained a prayer for love and protection; the British soldiers who ripped off the emperor's clothes
and tore our his hair were said by an observer (the historian Clements Markham) to have given "three cheers over [the body of Emperor Theodore], as if it had been that of a dead fox, and then began to cur and rear the clothes to pieces.
One of them was offered by Jared Israel, founder of The Emperor's Clothes
website, who believes that the oil-based argument diverts attention from the real issue here: the intent of the current administration to establish a military "iron ring" around Russia and, as a result, geopolitical supremacy over central Asia.
Challenge is in the air because the digital world removes the emperor's clothes
," the authors write.
The Tuttle controversy was of the Emperor's clothes
variety: there was so little, physically, to his work.
The emperor's clothes
were more than just a dressed-up hue and the music press reacted in kind to hold HAL up as the essential 'quiet' band of 2005.
Rather like the Emperor's clothes
, everyone knew the statistics were a sham
John's not alone in his style-free, Emperor's Clothes
CAN someone help me out, I feel like the little boy in the fairy tale of the Emperor's Clothes
who could not understand what all the fuss was about.
If Holloway's triumph was a sign of the times when the emperor's clothes
didn't fit Roy Hodgson at Anfield, now the struggling Crystal Palace boss reckons it's worth a 10-0 "hammering" at Anfield just to hear the Kop belt out their anthem.
ONLY one yellow jersey in the pantheon of legends bears comparison with the emperor's clothes
Bradley Wiggins should model in Paris tomorrow.
IT is still perceived as Britain's biggest robbery of a national institution, certain women trying to siphon a Beatle's bank account in the divorce courts aside, And 37 years on from referee Harry Gibbs' controversial verdict at Wembley, Sir Henry Cooper still cannot bring himself to forgive Joe Bugner for burgling the British, Commonwealth and European heavyweight belts he wore like the emperor's clothes
SEXY foot ball at Stamford Bridge was once confined to a pouting man's overcoat, but nobody cares about the emperor's clothes
any more after this episode of Six and the City.
THE emperor's clothes
still fit Alan Shearer, so it's sackcloth and ashes for those who ever doubted him.
It remains to be seen who takes over the emperor's clothes
, including that sharp suit, on Match of the Day next season.