ABOUT 75 per cent of motorists admit they open a window to keep themselves awake on a long journey, while four per cent shake their head
vigorously and three per cent slap their face, according to research published today.
The Tories won't give him any credit for this stuff, and Labour folk will just shake their heads
Meanwhile, back in the real world, office workers shake their heads
in disbelief, and put the kettle on.
The authors know how to write respectfully, but still zestfully, about events that will enthrall YAs and still make old-timers shake their heads
. Raymond Puffer, Ph.D., Historian, Edwards AFB, Lancaster, CA
Movies about the triumph of misfits and mutants and aliens are enormously popular, and their fan base includes the very people who shake their heads
at local news reports about vocal LGBT activists or pro-immigration demonstrations.
No wonder the police can only shake their heads
at our crazy laws.
You know?" And then my friends would probably look at me and just kind of shake their heads
in disappointment and walk away.
My three children shake their heads
in a mixture of shame and amazement while sitting in the back seat of the Benz while I drive it around town.
Others might shake their heads
and wonder at the influence of owner Rupert Murdoch.
My friends shake their heads
sadly, They say, ``there's not much hope''.
Not all of the tactics will make readers shake their heads
in disappointment or disbelief.
And then they shake their heads
and say: "It's a miracle."
Veterinarians may at last have found the cause of a mysterious and sometimes fatal disorder that turns big birds into fuddled wrecks with an odd stance, a goofy walk, and a tendency to shake their heads
My sons look at me sadly shake their heads
. They say, their voices soothing but their words saddened with realism, "Mom, it's doomed.
Teachers and graying military veterans alike can only shake their heads
at students to whom Gettysburg, Gallipoli and Guadalcanal all fuse into the same amorphous mass.