hurly-burly


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This popular song was attributed to Aali by mistake because of hurly-burly at the radio station and it is still attributed to Aali Sahib
The hurly-burly of that race also did not appear to be for him and he ran too bad to be true, an opinion evidenced by a much-improved effort when second to Two Taffs on his final start at Ayr in April.
The hurly-burly of that race also did not appear to be ideally suited for him and he ran too bad to be true, an opinion evidenced by a much-improved effort when second to Two Taffs on his final start at Ayr in April.
That not only underscored his versatility, but it also showed that competing over seven furlongs in hurly-burly handicaps is very much his forte.
Because in the hurly-burly of life it's all too easy to forget.
ENGLAND believe they have the perfect antidote to the red-hot hurly-burly of international rugby - the unflappable temperament of fly-half Owen Farrell.
He'll be a villain in British women's eyes, but then they've never accepted the wisdom of freeing a husband from connubial chores once the chaise-longue hurly-burly has cooled.
There's time ahead for the hurly-burly part of the holidays.
He lives in Hexham and loves the rolling countryside lifestyle that is on his doorstep rather than the hurly-burly of London.
"We will make one or two changes to the side but this tie is a nice distraction from the hurly-burly of the league.
However, she believes weekend down-time rather than the hurly-burly of league matches may benefit her.
However, she believes weekend downtime rather than the hurly-burly of league matches may work in her favour.
provide a little sanctuary before the hurly-burly of the day begins."
Continued from the Back Page suited for the hurly-burly of the Championship.