to the memories, here's
to the greats, Here's
to the ladies, here's
to the mates, Raise the glasses high, raise your glasses tall Here's
to the Sixties, the greatest time of all.
a quote which uses it as a verb: "ABS is different, all it does is try to prevent a wheel from locking up and preventing you from losing the ability to steer by hypermodulating the brakes.
the official one from youtube account, nationaldayuae:
to the father the two of them saw while doing their half-mile swim at the River Road Pool at Emerald Park: a guy patiently - and painstakingly - teaching his physically disabled son to swim.
an easy way to prevent it from forming in the first place.
plaster covered in shadowboxes; here's
to what little time remains.
where they hooked me: Matthew (played by Matthew Buckner), the sweet-natured, muscle-shirt-wearing leader of the group, selects a sweet young thing from the audience, seats her on a stool and informs her, via serenade, that as special as she is, "Girl You Make Me Want to Wait.
where the usual story ends 'happily ever after', but here's
where A DROWNED MAIDEN'S HAIR really begins, moving from an orphan's fantasy fulfilled to a darker tale of affection, needs, and a family secret which offers danger as well as love.
If that happens to you, here's
a quick fix to reattach the hoses.
If your girl is up to sniff you know is wrong, like shoplifting, ditching class or dating creepy older guys, here's
the icky truth: You probably can't keep the friendship going.
THE oddest thing about the ongoing--never-ending may be more apt--donnybrook over immigration: Amidst all the finger pointing and fury, all the column inches and congressional speeches dedicated to hammering out the last best hope for keeping foreigners from our shores, the nativists and restrictionists forgot to document what problems immigrants actually pose to these United States.
my advice to all of you who are still broken up about Brokeback Mountain's loss at the Oscars.
the premise: Sustainable shareholder value comes from assets that aren't accounted for on an organization's balance sheet.
Written by the late Leslie Haworth, a Kelsall fruit farmer, it includes a chorus paying homage to Cheshire farm produce: ``Here's
to Cheshire, here's
to the cheese, Here's
to the birds and the apple trees, And here's
to the lovely strawberries, Ding, dang dong go the wedding bells.
If you have Word 2000 or later, here's
the other option: After closing the Find screen, look at the lower-right side of your screen.