Hope: Norman On life as a Saddler, Norman said: "To move two or three times in a year, I am not going to lie, it has been a little bit draining, but it is part and parcel of
the game now.
But you know it is part and parcel of
the game, so I can't comment too much.
"If I had to tell you under oath what I really am, you would think I was schizophrenic." - Singer Michael Buble "The glamour is part and parcel of
In some ways, being at Oxford is as stressful and competitive as trying to make your way in Hollywood" TV chef Rick Stein who said he felt "dim" during his "uneasy" years at university "The glamour is part and parcel of
Such gay (and, to some, offensive) badinage is part and parcel of
everyday debate and nobody should be immune.
"But it is part and parcel of
life, really, part and parcel of football and you have to got to get on with it.
"For them, being away from home is part and parcel of
being in Europe.
Perhaps I just have to embrace the fact that I live a crazy life and that feeling crazy is part and parcel of
By trying to live a contemplative life that is part and parcel of
the lives of others, the experiences and people who fill my days shape my prayer in a privileged way.
`The reason for the shortage is part and parcel of
the immense chaos there is when a system undergoes the changes that Russia is undergoing,' says British academic publisher Frances Pinter, who took part in the study.
"I know what Roy has said about me being vocal and I feel it is part and parcel of
'Whether it is acceptable or not, it is part and parcel of
the game,' he said.
Being in European football is very exciting and is part and parcel of
the role Rangers wants to play.