The holy trinity of unbeaten managers in English football's top six leagues trips off the tongue
Toibin's lyrical dialogue trips off the tongue
in Hornby's script, succinctly capturing the ebb and flow of life for young dreamers, who come to realise that home isn't necessarily where you were born.
FULL fiscal autonomy is not a term that trips off the tongue
- Devo Max was much more snappy.
Alongside Henderson, Nicholls and King, Shaun Lycett is not a name that trips off the tongue
at major jumps meetings but this is someone who prepared Fade To Grey to land a huge gamble at Kempton a few years ago and the capable Gloucestershire-based trainer has shown that he can do the business over jumps as well, not least when sending out Master Eddy to win a handicap hurdle at this course a couple of seasons ago.
Writing any kind of informative piece in verse is very difficult, and the authors are not always successful in creating poetry that trips off the tongue
IT'S NOT a name that trips off the tongue
when discussing the leading lights of Scottish football.
THE title hardly trips off the tongue
, but don't let that put you off this movie, especially if you're a fan of Bizet's opera Carmen.
but it trips off the tongue
of British tennis sensation Elena Baltacha.
That old phrase trips off the tongue
, at least off Catholic tongues of a certain age, but it is, I have always thought, a singularly unpleasant phrase.
Luisa Omielan, July 10, Glee Club, Birmingham, 0871 472 0400 It's not a name which trips off the tongue
particularly easily, but remember it as you'll be hearing a lot about rising comedy star Luisa (left).
SSANGYONG is not a name that trips off the tongue
SSANGYONG is hardly a name that trips off the tongue
and is perhaps unfamiliar to most car buyers.
Meaning Snowdonia Summer Dwelling, it hardly trips off the tongue
, and many people rightly thought Copa (summit or peak) a far snappier name.
I would say at this stage EUR300million of capital, which of course is a huge amount of money, it trips off the tongue
ARTURO LUPOLI may not be a famous Italian footballing name that trips off the tongue