I know quite well that if Ronnie has had any particularly thrilling experiences, he won't tell us about them, and I also know that your brain is packed full of secrets which nothing in the world would induce you to divulge.
When one is told nothing, one fears the worst, and when time after time the news of these small disasters reaches us piecemeal, about three weeks late, we never get rid of our forebodings, even when you tell us about victories.
"Oh, you shall tell us about the Basle picture another time; now we must have all about the execution," said Adelaida.
"Now tell us about your love affairs," said Adelaida, after a moment's pause.
'Speak up like a man, since you are a man, and tell us about yourself and this Combination.'
You said just now, that you had nothing to tell us about this business.
THIS week we talk to artist Emma Knowles who has an exhibition of her portraits at the Ucheldre Centre, Holyhead Q Tell us about
We spoke to a local resident, Mr Emmerson, who came to our school to tell us about
his experience of evacuation to North Yorkshire.
When asked to, "Tell us about
your own experiences with edublogs," 13 of the 14 students indicated they had no experiences with edublogs.
To tell us about
your pet, write to John West, Me and My Pet, Coventry Evening Telegraph, Corporation Street, Coventry CV1 1FP, or e-mail with a jpeg picture to firstname.lastname@example.org
Nor will we forget the circumstances of his death, because of what they tell us about
* Tell us about
your management team, your business strategy, your unique selling proposition.
A Delicate Balance What Philosophy Can Tell Us About
AM: Tell us about
new traits coming from Pioneer and the implications for those traits here and overseas?
High cholesterol levels, says Ridker, "tell us about
a person's propensity to develop plaque, but they don't tell us which plaques are likely to rupture."