She went very slowly across the room, for pride was hard to swallow
, and stood by him, but he did not turn his head.
Newman said to himself that her daughter had been announcing her engagement and that the old lady found the morsel hard to swallow
She tried very hard to swallow
something that was not there.
Sitting out this one is going to be hard to swallow
because I miss the chance to play against my former Tranmere team-mate Ben Chorley,
The head of police addressing the past along-side a former senior figure in the IRA will be hard to swallow
for some - on both sides.
However, the teams that have reached cup finals and even won cups makes it doubly hard to swallow
when you look at the way he has been scared to field decent teams on the orders of the club.
While some tough decisions might be a little hard to swallow
now," said Pentagon press secretary Rear Adm.
Paying money to a loathed former partner can be hard to swallow
but until anyone invents a better system for absent parents to pay their way, then it will have to do.
As a lifelong Labour supporter I find this very hard to swallow
I KNOW it's hard to swallow
your pride when over 420 British servicemen and women have sacrificed their lives for the sake of I'm not sure what, but when is the government going to realise that the Taliban will never ever be beaten.
In the end the home side had to settle for one kick plus a late touchdown by Vinnie Dutton and a third defeat was hard to swallow
I TOTALLY agree with David from Sheldon who is finding his frustration with the 73 a little hard to swallow
(Letters, October 5).
The multitude of girls who play football would justifiably find this hard to swallow
MAGICIAN Jack Wise is finding the Government law banning swords hard to swallow
Listening to post colonial culture and century-old attitudes towards those who protected the country for the last 8,000 or so years, is very hard to swallow