wife who swirls her Armagnac after dinner and asks, "What shall we do this year Giles?
Lastly, many's the
time I have simply sat on the porch and passed the end of the day smoking my willow pipe.
time I've seen agents and outfitters get together to refund substantial chunks of a client's money or arrange a "make up" hunt at some time in the future to compensate for something that went wrong.
time I've heard some Jeremiah pound his bosom crying, "We all are guilty" and thought, Count me out.
The revolution's coming has been long awaited by the grocery store's housewares section and many's the
department that's given up.
But many's the
political book that's full of detailed arguments, with nary a genuine insight among them.
time I've stated in this column that I'm not a political animal and that, if pressed, I admit to being powerfully wishy-washy, a through-and-through centrist.
It might be advisable." Or: "If you've any holidays booked, can you get your money back?" Many's the
time I could have pretended to be Dr Robson and got myself a cracking medical story for the paper.
time while fishing early season I've caught thin specimens, which if left for a good few more weeks, will be nice and plump and worthy of an angler's consideration.
time you'll wander through a stately home and be warned not to sit on the chairs or walk on the carpets, even though both items were clearly designed to be sat upon and walked over respectively.
exhibitor whose press conferences proved more popular than others among us hacks down the years, bearing the unfair reputation that we do.
While the demise of an ancestor was a solemn event, many's the
time a family history researcher has let out a whoop of delight at finding proof of the death of a family member in times past.
Bobby and his wife Helen had a house in Newmarket where they stayed for the sales and racing, and many's the
time he would entertain his lucky friends.
time in the 50s I cycled past the policeman in the Pulpit at Kidderminster, when given the go-ahead.
time we have either shivered, sweated or soaked in the prevailing weather while waiting for the parade to move off.