claim he has no choice because of intolerance and prejudice festering in his constituency would leave any right thinking person wondering whether he is even fit for office himself.
THERE'S a certain delicious irony as a pathetic David Haye feebly
blames a broken little toe for his capitulation against Wladimir Klitschko.
We put up with dictates, the unspoken silent majority, Feebly
answering and obeying an unelected authority Foreign aid pours out which we are not able to afford The most generous of bankrupts, a Guinness Book of Records Does economic logic suggest that you borrow to give Then expect the electorate to accept and forgive.
A moment of brilliance by Myler put Warrington back ahead just after the hour but Catalan were far from broken and reclaimed the lead after Myler feebly
palmed into Dureau's hands.
GROPING our way in the dark and stumbling over obstacles; looking for a pattern among the loose ends; striving feebly
to live out the vast enigma of existence - there just isn't any adequate solution if we leave out God.
Distant crows cut through the sky, a milky sun glows feebly
I suggested feebly
that they not drop their dumb-bells with such abandon but spotting some really big types around, I made a quick exit.
The trees, feebly
leafed, are set in elaborate special flag arrangements clearly with the intention of their being periodically changed for younger ones.
I have had nothing to eat or drink for eleven days now, and can only wander feebly
and uncertainly between armchair and bed.
The best chance fell to veteran Barry Hayles but he stabbed feebly
wide, while Joss Labadie also went close with a fierce shot.
or bitten, uneven stalks swaying feebly
, the only sign of life
I sang feebly
, and on the grounds of that Rob managed to convince me it was worth pursuing.
TALKING of numpties, prize pillock of the week award goes to BBC head of sport Roger Mosey when feebly
trying to defend the channel's savage cutback on racing coverage.
Head with epistoma nearly flat, punctured; clypeus nearly semicircular, faintly truncate or feebly
sinuate at middle, widely rounded at sides, quite thinly bordered, edge thickened at middle, elongately bristled at sides; genae strongly developed, abruptly angulate, not deflexed, bristled, protruding much more than eyes; latter medium size; frontal suture finely impressed, not at all tuberculate.
Backing onto Pink Lane is the English Heritage-listed Forth House, built between 1740 and 1760, and feebly
secured following an aborted demolition attempt last year.