I'm more at home with the hugging and kissing palaver
of our friends in the Med.
Looking at the Evening Chronicle about all this fuss and palaver
about the dangers of chip pans.
Christian Dailly bagged the winner and Sunderland-born Dillon said: "Forget the palaver
that's gone on.
If they had asked the questions at Newbury a month ago, we wouldn't have had all the palaver
IN THE expensive palaver
of TV reporters dispatched to report the first 'blizzards' of winter, none, on any channel, was standing in more than a couple of inches of snow.
A WRITE PALAVER
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And Councillor Dave McLuckie observed: "What a palaver
over a name.
Seems like a bit of a palaver
to me, especially when the world's best chefs still cannot agree on which is the best method of boiling an egg.
He added: "I'm very happy, but isn't it a shame we have had to go through all this palaver
to get it done right?
40pm to "review the historic day" in a look back at Mrs Windsor's annual visit to her colony, and all the palaver
going on in Cardiff, or the other side of the moon, or wherever it was.
One would never have trawled all the way up to Edinburgh for that ruddy devolution parade palaver
if I'd known they'd build that ruddy eyesore outside my front door.
It can be such a palaver
buying a single, there is not a record store on every corner and when I went into one the other day I could not even find the singles' department.
Made the whole paddle brush palaver
easier - my hair definitely dried sleeker than normal.
THOSE with genuine talent wouldn't go through all the palaver
of shows such as The X Factor.
It's just a lot of fuss and palaver
without very much result.