thought Gringoire; "you do not dream of
glory, and you do not make marriage songs
As I obeyed I noticed an anxious light come into Johnson's eyes, but I did not dream of
Matson; "but still we need not dream of
Of course I did not dream of
refusing him anything he asked, and gave the promise without the least hesitation.
You knew, of course, that we would not dream of
leaving you in such a manner.
I did not dream of
hanging back; I thought (the poor fool
But we are to relate events which he did not dream of
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including him in the England squad.
In her famous speech to the College of Europe in Bruges in 1988 she said: "Britain does not dream of
some cosy, isolated existence on the fringes of the European Community.
As it happens, my preference is for sport to be on the back pages too, but I would not dream of
asking The Gazette to keep it off the front or any other page.
Vevar said that he would not dream of
abusing a child, that he had never done it, and he described the allegations against him as appalling.
I am a great historian" Reaction of David Starkey, below, when contradicted on BBC Radio 4's Today programme "I have never read Twitter and would not dream of
writing on it, but I have read enough to form the view that it is a modern vehicle to enable the vain, dim and vicious to prove it" Author Frederick Forsyth "I don't want to say that the film has a darker tone but the film has a darker tone" Scarlett Johansson on her new movie The Avengers "That's ridiculous.
Why not dream of
creating a university that will be a bridge for peace and co-operation in a reunited Cyprus?
In most of these instances the customer who has taken the money is not a thief and would not dream of
stealing, instead they've seen an opportunity too good to refuse without being aware that what they're doing is actually a criminal off-ence.
He added: "If I were Scottish, I would not dream of
accepting such an arrangement because it would be far more unequal than the present one.