Almost every big label band is wimpy sissy stuff made for creeps that are here-to-day-gone-tomorrow, fair-weather
SIR: In his letter (AR Nov 2003) Leslie Fair-weather
questions the Model Prison (AR Oct 2003).
You deserve a BFF, not a fair-weather
, whenever friend.
I am not one of those fair-weather
friends who has only lately turned on him.
Or perhaps some of liberty's fair-weather
friends are fickle pals of federalism as well.
No major storms or floods affected the area, hence year three data records fair-weather
sediment distribution in Weeks Bay.
According to Handel's theory, once in the number of such small aggregates and the number of molecules in each group reach a certain limit within a cloud, a "polarization catastrophe" occurs in which all of the clusters spontaneously align--typically along the direction of a very weak fair-weather
field between the earth and the ionosphere.
It is easy to dismiss fair-weather
Warner, but the man knows about world football politics and when he suggests the FA are being complacent or half-hearted, his words need to be heeded.
Businessman Dave Fair-weather
, 42, who launched the appeal in Abroath, Angus, said: "They're crying out for them.
I have to say I'm a bit of a fair-weather
diver - and I don't do it in Britain because it's too cold.
But I am sure Gordon wasn't a fair-weather
So, it turns out that traditional working-class football fans are loyal to their clubs while the prawn sandwich brigade are fair-weather
Paul Maloney, GMB national organiser, said: "The AA is now a fair-weather
service, unable to cope with very hot, cold or changeable weather.
They're the fair-weather
friends of Kings George I and II.
Yet if fans come any more fair-weather
than Chelsea's, then football is in a desperate state.