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The perfect number for, say, a piano-concerto cycle, with enough variety to make listening interesting, yet not so much music as to be overwhelming or - perish the thought - boring.
And, perish the thought, enough of them to send the responses Third Class mail.
That gives the athletic department enough resources to be self-supporting, and to begin building reserves for the future when - perish the thought - the football team might not be as successful as it has been for most of the past decade.
On the customer side we'll offer complementary products from other vendors, or -- perish the thought -- competitive products.
Perish the thought that the deluded Little Englanders of UKIP should be given the chance to influence things.
Either way, you may not want them as friends or perish the thought, babysitters.
Perish the thought that a National Express manager might need an ambulance and not get one, so I started walking - eight miles.
Not because the honourable gents and ladies have anything to hide, perish the thought, but in the interests of security.
Perish the thought, especially when by Friday they're a couple again.
One could imagine it housing a revamped scenic railway or, perish the thought, a ghost train, even.
These are dark days for the traditional media, be they paid for newspapers, free Bullivant-style publications, regional TV, the BBC or even, perish the thought, News International.
An end to exchanges would be manna from heaven for bookmakers, and perish the thought they might be the sole beneficiaries of a dubious, shady practice such as receiving 'inside' stable information and using for their market formation.
Perish the thought that an umpire should believe that a team is cheating and actually do something about it.
Perish the thought that the credit crunch should ever mean they have to squash in the "back of the bus" with the rest of us economy fliers.