I need to get some sleep!" It's like working in a sweetie shop, you can get a bit blasA
He says: "I don't get blasA
or cocky, but I shall get a bit revved up on the day of the race, I'm sure.
I have taught in LA where the attitude is kind of blasA
," he said.
If youOve time, visit the church of St BlasA
, patron saint of Dubrovnik, and ask to see the remains of famous saints.
Sven did England a big favour with his blank looks and blasA
What worries me most is people seem to be blasA
about this and at the end of the day we are talking about children's education here.
"Sometimes you can get a bit blasA
. Occasions can pass you by and you look back and think `what was that like?'.
Like most people, I have become blasA
about space exploration.
Antifamily and antienvironment mind-set.The current age's materialism and self-absorption have also led to a blasa
attitude toward the environment and the earth--on which our advanced technological society is still completely dependent.
We can't afford to be blasA
about it and think animals can breed and look after themselves.
Family matters and if you keep a blasA
approach, then you won't get much back.
But the success of the campaign to make parents more aware of how to stave off the risk of the condition - peaking in 1991 with the Back to Sleep scheme, which urged parents to lay babies on their backs - has meant that new parents in 2006 have become blasA
LIVERPOOL chief executive Peter Robinson and the club's board of directors had grown so used to Bill Shankly threatening to resign that they had become blasA