Group-race snobs and sneerers
will tell you a mere handicapper can never be Horse of the Year.
I can't remember off-hand if Paxo was one of the sneerers
who impugned Jonathan's motives when he left the Major Cabinet to pick up the sword of truth and the trusty shield of British justice.
It may be true, as the sneerers
point out, that she is not an ordinary woman doing extraordinary things, since she has aides and assistants to help her through the busy day.
Then Juan Sebastian Veron, accused of being a Fancy Dan by United's critics, hit back at the sneerers
with a low, left-footed strike.
The lip- curling sneerers
are all life's losers; spiritually and mentally pock marked.
The self-serving sneerers
who display contempt for the views of ordinary people, would be made to read the gibbering nonsense in books such as The New Scottish Politics: The First Year of The Scottish Parliament.
New Labour has zero toleration for cynics and sneerers
IN his article 'Don't let the sneerers
win', Richard Williamson played the part of the stereotyped whinging, downtrodden Brummie with apparent ease.
Equally typical in its composers' hall marks is the First Piano Concerto of the 18-year-old Rachmaninov, structurally, thematically and texturally anticipating so many of his subsequent masterpieces - and to any sneerers
be it noted these ideas were forg ed before film-music was ever dreamt of.
We have to be able to take a joke because, once we lose the ability to laugh at ourselves, the sneerers
will have won.
To cynics and sneerers
, I would say, don't disillusion the very people who need and benefit from this Government the most.
say he sings soppy songs with syrupy lyrics and his only fans are middle-aged women going weak at the rheumaticky knees.
When Paul found a place for Linda in his band, the sneerers
jeered that she could not sing or play an instrument.