How does that old saw
about "a friend of my enemy is my enemy" apply here?
WHERE there's muck there's brass - that old saw
was proved yet again at the weekend with the news that Hilary Armstrong, the former local government minister has taken a highly lucrative post with a French company which specialises in refuse collection.
THAT old saw
advising those who live in glass houses not to throw stones is particularly true for politicians who denounce one another about campaign contributors.
It's all so '90s and, if you ask me, as silly as that old saw
about "running government like a business," when in fact, government is not a for-profit enterprise and exists for all sorts of purposes that businesses don't.
With that old saw
"variety is the spice of life" in mind, and recognizing that detailed instructions can be inhibiting, I gave the author(s) of each article wide latitude in deciding the article's exact content and length.
In "Safety Measures," (Best's Review, August 2000), your subhead on page 42 used that old saw
"trial lawyers" to describe plaintiff's lawyers.
Times Square,'' from ``On the Town,'' by Leonard Bernstein, captured the vibrancy of New York City, and an impish ``Yankee Doodle,'' originally arranged by Morton Gould, gave that old saw
a tongue-in-cheek quality.
s Groundlings Theatre troupe, masters of improv for a quarter-century, are one of a number of Los Angeles theater groups that put that old saw
Once again the anti-Catholics are trying to sell that old saw
again - the same old provable lie that is brought up every five years or so, claiming that Pope Pius XII did nothing to help the Jews during World War II.
I have no illusions about the reality of winning, but in our case, that old saw
of `it's great just to be nominated' really, I feel, applies.