It seemed a fair enough
thing, now, didn't it, sir?"
Oh yes, they can talk fair enough
if they think there's something to be got out of you .
, that maybe wouldn't have been quite so funny, we suppose...
They have apologised, which is fair enough
, but that is just not good enough Amy Brew
. But he does so by attempting to deconstruct the Vatican warnings, about those who have embraced the homosexual culture.
. But each serving (3 to 7 pieces) still ends up with 150 to 180 calories and 5 or 6 grams of saturated fat.
. But the effort to introduce religion into U.S.
This is possibly fair enough
, yet Fokine in particular had an enormous effect on contemporary dance, conceivably more than any choreographer since Jean-Georges Noverre, who was incontestably the father of modern ballet, way back in the 18th century.
," the Times article concluded, "Perhaps the next big thing, after all, will be small.
"All prisoners are welcome," says Harper." We tell everyone it is a Christian program, that [the facilitators] believe in God but if they believe in some other god or any Supreme Being, fair enough
. Fernie's selective criteria may seem arbitrary to some readers, but the consequent generic emphasis of the book is telling.
His column, entitled "Fair Enough
," appeared six days a week in 132 newspapers across the country.
People everywhere divvy up food and make other deals based on social concepts of fairness, not individual self-interest, a cross-cultural project found (161: 104).
: Sophie Cavanagh, aged five and Neal Makh, aged six, get some items ready for their school's Christmas fair on Friday.
; but in that case, unless your motivations were more commercial than scholarly, why would you describe Hitler's homosexuality as a "historical fact"?