Siroki may not slip off the tongue
as easily as Bayern Munich, Liverpool or Hamburg, who have all been hosted during the Pittodrie glory days, but the Bosnian outfit had talked the talk pre-match.
While the title might not slip off the tongue
, this is a festival that seems to go from strength to strength.
Having racked up several Michelin stars, Hong Kongas European restaurants continue to shine in reputed food circles, but with a list as strong as this, perhaps the city should be one of the first names to slip off the tongue
, along with San Fransisco, Washington DC, Las Vegas, Tokyo, Paris, London and New York, when the discussion veers towards best cities for fine dining.
"These phrases tend to slip off the tongue
, yet they may be doing more harm than realised in reinforcing children's perceptions that it is acceptable to judge and evaluate people on the basis of their gender," she added.
Speaking at the Rhondda Heritage Park Hotel, Mr Morgan said: "Today isn't only a pounds 98m investment in the Rhondda and it's not really a road - it's a gateway." He added: "At long last we have provided the Rhondda with a proper gateway to the M4." RCT council's cabinet member for transport Eudine Hanagan said: "When you say pounds 98m, it does slip off the tongue
!" Porth's Plaid Cymru councillor Julie Williams said: "It would be interesting to see a breakdown of the total spend compared to the original estimate." Dozens of dignitaries and company executives watched Mr Morgan unveil a plaque in Porth Square commemorating the official opening.
While the names Alembic and Stone may not slip off the tongue
like Starsky and Hutch or Cagney and Lacey, the crime-fighters of this drama make a welcome return.
IT mightn't slip off the tongue
like Paris or Rome, but with flights from Dublin, Helsinki is now working its way firmly onto the tourist trail out of Ireland.