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Even more obviously, they shouldn't have bothered buying that cat bed because Bobby immediately found somewhere he far preferred sleeping - and woe betide you if you try to move him.
I came from a broken home but rules were rules and as a child woe betide any of us if we broke those rules.
Jack, it seems, is one of those fervent climate change zealots convinced that we are heading for a climatic Armageddon as a result of humanity's carbon emissions over the past 200 years, and woe betide anyone who dares to disagree.
There is an enormous freedom in living as long as I have" Ex-Bond girl, Jane Seymour who is posing for Playboy aged 67 "I've never thought that Brexit was a car crash, but I do believe that it takes the form of a seriously deflating tyre and it's going to cause the same kind of trouble" Former Tory minister Viscount Hailsham "Although we think of Ancient Greece quite rightly in some respects as a wonderful, free democratic place, it had a rigid view about excluding those people whose body forms didn't fit - woe betide the elderly or the fat or the flabby" Classicist Mary Beard "We should not be spending tens of millions of pounds on trying to keep up with the Austrians, the Swiss and the Germans who have got the snow and the facilities.
There is an enormous freedom in living as long as I have Ex-Bond girl, Jane Seymour who is posing for Playboy, aged 67 Although we think of Ancient Greece quite rightly in some respects as a wonderful, free democratic place, it had a rigid view about excluding those people whose body forms didn't fit - woe betide the elderly or the fat or the flabby Classicist Mary Beard
"Although we think of Ancient Greece as a wonderful, democratic place, it had a rigid view about excluding those people whose body forms didn't fit - woe betide the elderly, the fat or the flabby" Classicist Mary Beard.
Woe betide any wannabe who gets too big for her designer boots when he's around on the Lifetime channel's top reality show.
And woe betide any of their players who don't put a shift in against David Wagner's men.
Woe betide any flight crew who mistake the new premier, kittenheels Theresa, for a hostess.
Betide may be the only verb of English which appears in the subjunctive more than in the indicative.
Because we Scousers can laugh at ourselves, but woe betide any outsider who takes the mickey out of us.
In pastures new, then, He will say: 'I walked beside you all the way My loving touch erased your tears My soothing voice allayed your fears 'E'en now I enter darkened heart Spreading My sun-light it dart Into every yearning soul Scattering misery, grief and woe 'Yes, it's My Birthday, come celebrate Turn to Me for it's never too late To be held in your Saviour's loving arms Lulling forever anguished alarms 'Healer, Redeemer, Shepherd, Friend You see My titles have no end Turn to Me this Christmas-tide Constant Companion whate'er betide 'Then, when this Season's come and gone Still My Presence shall linger on Filling your heart with light from above Filling your soul with My peace and love!' Anne R Way Green Street, Riverside, Cardiff
Woe betide wealth-creators in Wales if Wales had control over income tax.
6THE 6 THE LEAGUE OF GENTLEMEN (1999-02) Tubbs and Edward ran their 'local shop for local people', and woe betide any outsider who wandered in looking to touch the 'precious things'.
Nobody calls Neville Southall anything meaner than 'big-boned' at the moment but woe betide him if a flash Portuguese youngster also named Neville Southall bursts on to the scene.