There is no necessity for you to "swallow down
" my idea of a couple of decent bets on today's cards, although it is hard to deny that the chances of Charm School in the Emma Lavelle Racing Novices' Handicap Hurdle at Newbury (4.00) are solid.
Characters "chew on" ideas that fail to provide "nourishment" or become "food for melancholy" (156, 158); they "feed" on various things and persons and "swallow down
" gentlemanliness and class (157, 161).
That's the sort of luck you have to swallow down
near the foot of the table.
She rallied, though, for her final dish, managing to swallow down
a morsel of rat's tail - which defeated wine expert Jilly Goolden earlier in the series - to secure a full meal for the camp.
Salvation may be at hand for football's wild-child-become-old-soak in the anti-rejection drugs he'll now have to swallow down
These lawyers and men of learning, and moneyed men, that talk so finely and gloss over matters so smoothly, to make us poor illiterate people swallow down
the pill, expect to get into Congress themselves, they expect to be managers of this Constitution, and get all the power and all the money into their own hands, and they will swallow up all us little folks like the great Leviathan."
I mean that I can't deal with my stress and watch my weight/be good because I'm too busy trying to swallow down
However Saturday's race is a furlong and a half further than he has even been before and the pace is sure to be strong right from the start - and that will suit Grey Swallow down
to the ground.
Amos Singletary, a garrulous old farmer from Sutton, summed up the anti-Federalist case: "These lawyers and men of learning and moneyed men, that talk so finely and gloss over matters so smoothly, to make us poor illiterate people swallow down
the pill, expect to get into Congress themselves, they expect to be the managers of this Constitution, and get all the power and all the money into their own hands, and then they will swallow up all of us little folks like the great Leviathan ..."
It was my attempt to find out why I do what I do - and that is sometimes, not all the time, overeat for comfort and pleasure or to swallow down