A wife whom I could love and take out on Sundays and keep amused
on week-days...Here, shall I show you some card-tricks?
The sale at Anderson and Garland auctioneers in Newcastle on August 9, is sure to keep amused
buyers who like their history.
The chances are there will be a meal you can cook, a table you can clear or a child you can keep amused
Children nowadays don't know how to keep amused
and prefer sitting in front of a TV.
You suspect, however, that it is the rest of the country Newcastle will keep amused
Interactive ads is one such example of a way to engage consumers by upping the amusement quotient; while online communities as blogs and Facebook are other innovative ways to keep amused
, especially the Y-generation and Net geeks, and hence ease tension to help build appetite to consume.
Darts is entertainment, brilliant entertainment 'tis true, but entertainment nonetheless designed to delight a growing TV audience and keep amused
the 3,000 or so drunks privileged to have tickets for wherever the circus has headed.
I am not suggesting the kids you are trying to keep amused
will readily accept the pastrami as opposed to the top-selling cold filling of cooked ham, and at best a splash of coleslaw, but it is worth a try.
We got to keep amused
, haven't we?" (285), he echoes Rosencrantz, whose lightsome mood prompts Hamlet's harsh demand, "Why did ye laugh then, when I said `man delights not me?'"(II.ii.303-309).
If you are not at work you tend to be rushing home, and if you're at home there are the children to keep amused
and the house to keep in reasonable shape.
How they keep amused
in the fields is their business.