WHY were Alan Shearer, Super-Mac and Wor Jackie so revered by the camp followers
of Newcastle United?
Since his claim will find considerable resonance -- if he is able to keep some of his more enthusiastic camp followers
like former Law Minister Somnath Bharti in check -- then it will not be a wild guess to say that the P may be able to secure a majority of its own in the next assembly elections in Delhi.
The camp followers
, the vast Hindi-speaking population attached to the Imperial Court who adapted, as they went along, more Arabic and Persian words into the syntax of their own language just as in later days the English words such as glass and cup became part of a new form of Urdu called Hindustani.
But many in the party rejected this, saying, " At this historic moment, he was missing from the frame which even had most of the Advani camp followers
When all 26,000 men and possibly as many camp followers
in the wagon train were assembled, this must have been an impressive and intimidating place.
The Tories and their camp followers
invented 13,000 hospital deaths in hospitals ahead of a report by NHS chief Bruce Keogh.
Probably mindful of this likelihood, the USA and its camp followers
are diligently digging a tunnel across the CIS space.
It is clear that the Israeli government and its neoconservative camp followers
here in the United States are increasing pressure on President Obama to either attack Iran or let Israel do it (in which case, we would be forced to join in).
Werner underscores and illuminates the human significance of this phrase by showing how young Americans and Europeans participated fully in virtually every aspect of the American Revolution, as witnesses, combatants, camp followers
, victims, and civilians.
After seeming to have gained the acceptable high ground the Professional Jockeys' Association, its president Kevin Darley and some of his members lost a number of camp followers
when their reasons for lodging a late objection to the BHA board were published.
During the years that the Tories were in opposition, their camp followers
in the tabloid press banged the drum about our so-called "compensation culture"; David Cameron on taking office said, "I'll crush the compo culture", which raised a cheer led by the Daily Mail.
In terms of pioneering gay innuendo-ridden comedy, we can forget camp followers
Larry Grayson, Julian Clary, Graham Norton and new boy Alan Carr.
A belief that God would deliver victory to the army that cleansed itself of the sins of the flesh may have informed some of the more vindictive purges of camp followers
, such as Philippe Strozzi's decision to drown 800 prostitutes during France's sixteenth-century Wars of Religion (p.
Jonathan Sumption, the historian of the crusade, estimates it at about 10,000 fighting men with another 10,000 or so camp followers
Of course because we are staying in Blighty, packing began at Easter and now the entire kit and camp followers
of the Eighth Army is testing the luggage space.