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Every football club is trying their damnedest to get games on and it's no good looking at solutions when it's too late, when the horse has bolted.
After all, shouldn't we be doing our damnedest to keep smoking and tobacco out of the living rooms and bedrooms of our nation's kids?
The Disney star has been doing her damnedest to distance herself from her teenybopper image over the past 12 months.
It was a tough game, we played a very good Australia side that had the majority of the ball, we did our damnedest out there and I'm very proud of that.
Muslim communities in this country are doing their damnedest to come to terms with their neighbours to try to integrate and they're doing their best to try to develop an idea of Islam that is compatible with living in a modern liberal democracy," The Daily Mail quoted Phillips, as saying.
Meanwhile, our noble press were doing their damnedest to assuage public concerns over the latest Icelandic disaster.
That's hundreds of thousands of husbands, wives, sons, daughters and grandchildren doing their damnedest to keep their loved ones at home for as long as possible.
Just concentrate on being a defence minister and do your damnedest for the young men and women laying their lives on the line for their country and then maybe the public will learn to love your moustache and your accent and you might gain some respect along the way.
A title both have tried their damnedest to toss away, won by default.
As England's greed-driven football teams tried their damnedest to win their Champions League groups and ensure they are on the TV cash gravy train for the rest of the year, Kevin Pietersen's men have shown their selfless side.
But any leader who would send our young men and women off to kill and die better have an extremely compelling justification, and anyone who cheers at the beginning of a war is the damnedest sort of fool.
that's not to say we won't try our damnedest to get to the Euro 2008.
It was the damnedest thing I ever saw in football,'' McKay said 20 years later.
Even in the act--whichever "the" act is in question--there are moments of weird alienation from the beloved person, when love is not quite in play and this juxtaposition of parts seems the very damnedest thing to be doing.
But I was also aware that--damn it--he was the president of the United States and he was going to do his damnedest to see that this never happens to our country again.