The good man has no doubt let slip something
on that subject also, though mother would deny it: 'I shall refuse,' says she.
But the Labour leader let slip something
he probably didn't mean to say, as he answered questions following the launch of his party's General Election manifesto.
The female officer, codenamed Sonia, chatted up the loner in the hope he would let slip something
But Kenny Dalglish did let slip something
significant in the aftermath.
Someone may let slip something
you have told them in confidence.
On the funeral of the 26-year-old, who in recent months had pitched himself against Mehsud, his brother Misabhuddin vowed to reporters that he would take revenge against Mehsud, he also let slip something
However, if you get too caught up in the moment, it can lead to a red face if you let slip something
that would be better kept a secret.
Surely Gareth is too practised a media operator to let slip something
so explosive without understanding the potential impact it would have at a time when factions in the crowd were militating so openly against the manager?
During an interview with Simon Davies at Spurs on Friday, the Welsh international let slip something
that might just constitute news to your average Cardiff City fan (if there is such a being).
When it comes to bioterrorism and its insidious infectious diseases, we've let slip something
that was once pretty good.
I looked it up out of curiosity the other day because one of our babes had let slip something
quite surprising from her mouth.