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For heaven's sake just think about how much you are drinking
For heaven's sake, Heather, I know it's a cliche but the phrase "count your blessings" seems apt.
The man was a singer/composer, for Heaven's sake, not a Second Coming.
But what really surprised me was how bad FF2 looked - it's a 360 game, for heaven's sake, and such poor presentation is, frankly, unforgivable.
In the beginning it was fun watching what they got up to, and what they were wearing, but for heaven's sake, how many partners are allowed to go on work trips with husbands?
For heaven's sake, they're Irish - we're never on time.
For heaven's sake, it's what Christmas is all about.
If Murphy is determined to visit hell in a handcart, for heaven's sake let's light up the fires.
For heaven's sake, Cardiff and Wales should sign him up straight away and clear away any doubt about his future.
For heaven's sake Estelle, stop talking such nonsense.
And "For Heaven's Sake" lists helpful information alerting readers to common misunderstandings about Catholicism.
If you're not registered to vote, for heaven's sake do it (Netizens can log on to http://www, democrats.org/action/main_registration.html).
The de la Renta show was thrilling - having seated oneself in the fourth row, right across from Elsa Klensch, the Ted Koppel of fashion for heaven's sake; one's ingenuity was rewarded with total violation by a kind of Dynasty-meets - Prince of Tides middleaged eroticism.
Change the tune over Brexit vote OH, for heaven's sake, will K D Key of Kings Heath please put a sock in it.
Yes, I agree this might be seen as advertising to some but for heaven's sake it is a centre for children and adults aged 13 to 19 and the sign does say 'Welcome'.