But I just can't abide
those who whistle while just going about their regular business.
But you could barely get a more inappropriate knight: he can't be doing with all these maidens that need rescuing and can't abide
all the snooty princesses with their golden hair.
It's certain to trigger heated complaints from fanboys who can't abide
changes from the ``Hellblazer'' comic books' mythos.
But McDonald can't abide
the thought of someone profiting by supplying this basic human need.
Profiting on Death by "Peasant" Life Insurance.
does not shy away from identifying the structural barriers to their social advancement, even quoting a bigoted woman who can't abide
hearing recorded messages in Spanish.
Since smaller companies often don't have alcohol policies in place, they attract people who can't abide
by such rules.
Americans can't abide
slowness," says David Shi, president of Furman University in Greenville, S.
It's possible, of course, that teaching hospitals would claim they can't abide
by the rules without more money.
But Schiavo, like Ralph Nader, just can't abide
this kind of analysis.
He believes public health officials should take into account the fact that some people can't abide
the taste of certain foods.
However, we can't abide
their attempt to make up their lost revenue on the backs of Time Warner Cable customers.
Unfortunately, her two best friends can't abide
I can't abide
politicians who trample all over the people they left behind.
I can't abide
frogs, the way they jump about and say 'ribbet' at you" - Broadcaster Fern Britton.