Some Frogs frequenting the pool heard his lamentation, and said, "What would you do if you had to live here always as we do, when you make such a fuss about
a mere fall into the water?"
Casson, we have seen, considered Adam "rather lifted up and peppery-like": he thought the gentry made more fuss about
this young carpenter than was necessary; they made no fuss about
Then why should there by any fuss about
And to hear HIM make a fuss about
too much sail on the ship seemed one of those incredible experiences that take place only in one's dreams.
If I fuss, let me tell you, it's because there is something to fuss about
! Look at my foot!
Our local MP is fond of making a fuss about
local health services.
IT pays to kick up a fuss about
shoddy goods and services as disappointed customers got PS50million after moaning last year.
A GAY Church of Scotland minister claims that in years to come people will wonder why there was a fuss about
the introduction of same-sex marriages.
IT may seem trivial to make a fuss about
Home Secretary Jacqui Smith claiming pounds 10 after her husband watched adult films.
Q: The Prime Minister's spokesman described the media focus on Gordon Brown's dithering over signing the EU treaty as "a big fuss about
Astronomers recently made a fuss about
Pluto, saying that it's not really big enough to be called a planet (see "Pluto and the Plutons").
We need to be sensible about these things and not start causing a fuss about
something which doesn't warrant it.
THERE'S been a lot of fuss about
The Vines.The Australian foursome have even been compared to Nirvana in some quarters, a comparison as much about the erratic behaviour of the band's singer Craig Nicholls as their grungy rock.
Tennant: Loosely translated, Wotapalava means "what a fuss about
nothing." The idea of the tour was to do a gay Lollapalooza.
"There was a lot of fuss about
me before the game but the big thing obviously was concentrating on playing football.