Attila the Hun

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The infamous reference to Attilla the Hun was widely suppressed in the German press, but the quotation was circulated on postcards throughout Germany, cf.
Buoyed by a string of hits that included "Tie Tongue Mopsy, "Jump in the Line," and "Chinese Never Had a VJ Day," he prepared for stiff competition from a neighboring tent featuring such stars as Roaring Lion and Attilla.
Attilla features large-scale accents, such as statues and sconces, retailing from $20 to $300.
It's a bit like the chicken and the egg," says Attilla Yesilada, director of research at Global Securities in Istanbul.
Of course, Schumacher was driving a Ferrari but for the Italians Attilla the Hun could have been behind the wheel and it would still have been OK.
In Scotland, her friends knew her admiringly, and her enemies spitefully, as Hurricane Helen, Stalin's Granny, Attilla The Hen and The Other Iron Lady.
The top award went to Attilla Kovacs of NEC for his presentation entitled, "Reduce Turnaround Time of Large Flat Designs with Blast Plan(TM) Pro.
Tiger Hill's first two crops numbered 51 and 43, and when we take the likes of Listed scorers Saldentigerin, Attilla, Gentle Tiger, El Tiger, National Park, Qsar and Song Of Night into account, it is evident that his ratio of stakes-winners to foals is running at something like 13 per cent.
It was Thatcher without the brains, Attilla without the Hun, Mussolini without the pasta.
The Goalie may have a social life which compares with Attilla the Hun but he is one of the few Scots who deserve a world stage on the football field.
Even so, Laurence Squire, who featured in the Racing Post this week as one of the `success stories' of the Jockeys' Employment and Training Scheme, takes the full family-sized pack of biscuits for the daftest career move since Attilla the Hun went into public relations.
I heard Lex waffling on the Ruth Wishart's radio show as he attempted to browbeat the Tories' Attilla in Knickers, Annabel Goldie.
A CONTROVERSIAL woman priest - nicknamed Attilla the Nun - has sparked fresh anger after spending another pounds 9000 of church funds on unauthorised improvements to her rectory.
Flogel made his move on the advice of St Johnstone ace and fellow-countryman Attilla Sekerlioglu.