friendless


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excluded from a society

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BOOKIES yesterday suspended betting on Saturday's Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown following a welter of support for Fox Norton as favourite Douvan was friendless.
Once the parish church for the whole area of Gest, it is now in the care of the Friends of Friendless Churches, and holds registers of baptisms, marriages and burials for the last century.
By definition, rough sleepers are transient, without funds, friendless and forgotten, so where, pray, are they going to get two grand from?
VERDICT Sunderland have been friendless in the betting after last week's 4-2 loss at Leicester but the temptation to oppose them today has reduced with the sharp contraction in Norwich's price.
Another lad was named Leicester Railways after he was born in a carriage at Leicester Railway Station and poor old Friendless Baxter was born in Leeds in 1871.
The hero is a friendless schlub who hires Hart's professional best man to make him look popular at his wedding, paying extra to find him seven groomsmen.
Whether Pietersen's relationship with all of them was sour has been disputed, but there remains little doubt that he was fundamentally friendless in a group comprising James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Matt Prior, Graeme Swann and Alastair Cook.
50pm The life of friendless eight-year-old Willie is transformed when he is given a terrier.
No scent, no perfume, no real life, a friendless and empty shell, their beauty just on the outside.
Although I like to visit the elderly, I always feel sad afterward, as they are at an age when some are utterly friendless.
Mixing talking-head interviews with elaborate reconstructions of Joyce Vincent's life, the third-time director can't miss with a riveting tale of a onetime vivacious personality, described by those who knew her as "stunning," "lovely," and "very well liked," but who nevertheless died alone, friendless and seemingly missed by nobody.
If they were human they would be friendless, I'm assured, though; they're quite nice in one's 'tum'
This is in response to Xerxes who suggests that in principle I may be correct with my 'My House, My Rules' philosophy, but Bahrain can't afford to live friendless and in the dark.
Another society--the Friends of Friendless Churches--celebrates its first 50 years with the publication of Saving Churches.
Saving Churches celebrates the work and 50th anniversary of quirky and enterprising national charity, The Friends of Friendless Churches.