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to expect Santa Claus to speak every foreign tongue Ian McNicholas
To be churlish
, you could say that shining in Champions League qualifying groups is like ripping up Augusta's pitch-andputt only to shank it off the first tee at the Masters.
Although this week, call us churlish
, we don't really want it to.
, from Fishburn, overcame hundreds of applicants to claim the title.
It would be churlish
to deny them the pleasure they will presumably get out of these honours yet to me it has the aura of those kids at school who were always obsessed with getting gold stars and running home to show mummy.
Regan said: "Scotland on its own, particularly when it hasn't played in the World Cup for so many years, I think it would be rather churlish
of us to say we're going to boycott the World Cup as well.
Surely it's just churlish
to suggest that a judge who doles out her opinion on live singing should practise what she screeches?
It would be churlish
to stress how only Hart's penalty save - which will surely be the last word in the goalkeeping argument going on inside Pellegrini's head - stopped Spurs regaining parity in the second half.
I thought it was rather churlish
of Alan Shearer to suggest the referee was biased.
Can I reassure friends in England that an independent Wales would naturally sell water to England, but it would be churlish
to go on about this other dependence - we are bigger than that.
Adam and Claire Gill Churlish
McIlroy Jay Townsend's tweeted description of Rory McIlroy's poor course management on the first day of the Irish Open may have been somewhat exaggerated, but this was done only to make a valid point.
Things almost went a bit indie-pop during the upbeat Churlish
May, while an encore of The Water sung with his piano player James Mathe was as stark as the night outside.
But it would probably be churlish
of me to point to the festival's much earlier roots as a celebration of mid-winter, with features such as the Yule log, bright lights, decorative use of holly and mistletoe, and feasting, firmly entrenched in our pre-Christian Celtic past.
It is childish and churlish
to attack them for internationalising the issue.
But this was a fantastic occasion and it was churlish