Sometimes she was at her fort, issuing commands; sometimes she was careering over the plain at the head of her men; sometimes she was training her horse; once she said, reprovingly, "You are giving me the wrong foot
; give me the left - don't you know it is good-bye?"
They had stepped off on the wrong foot
. Why, they really hadn't been even acquainted.
Alan Peter Cayetano to extend the term of congressmen is 'starting on the wrong foot
, or delivering the wrong message.'
"You started your natural role on the boat you got on the wrong foot
, you came down and got on the wrong foot
In a pre-open research note, the analyst said Hologic "has started off on the wrong foot
this year, a clear disappointment," and it is unclear to him that resetting the guide changes the fact that Cynosure does not appear to have a near-term catalyst to stabilize the segment, nor does he have conviction it can achieve its goal of double-digit growth anytime soon.
27 (ANI): United States Donald Trump has again been caught on the wrong foot
, this time at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland.
I probably went with the wrong foot
or should have thrown my head at it.
West Brom new boy Salomon Rondon gets off on the wrong foot
with strike partner 4.
Bangor got off on the wrong foot
yet again, losing their own scrum.
But she's on the wrong foot
and carrying a handbag.
HOLBY CITY (8pm BBC1) PAUL O'Grady pops in to Holby tonight as a patient who gets off on the wrong foot
Despite getting off on the wrong foot
, Marks admits that he has nothing but praise for a gaffer he's managed to prove wrong.
In the case of Cromwell Lane, he decided that the wrong foot
had been nominated; deleted them from the plan, and had to nominate a variety of other "feet" to make up the numbers.
"We are a young country and we have started on the wrong foot
and we've been on the wrong foot
for long years and we're still on the wrong foot
Boro's youngsters got off on the wrong foot
as Wanderers stormed into a 2-0 lead within the first 10 minutes.