," or "I'm not at liberty to discuss this with you," it may come across as rude or like the illness is more dire than it may be.
'That,' Connick laughed, 'should be our tagline: 'Welcome to daytime, you funny (so-and-so
My complaint is that if one wishes to thank someone, one proper way is to say, "My thanks to so-and-so
.'' Or, "My heartfelt thank you to so-and-so
" - Celebrity photographer Terry O'Neill.
YOU know that football chant that goes "And it's so-and-so
FC, we're by far the greatest team the world has ever seen, and it's so-and-so
, so-andso FC, we're by far the greatest team the world has ever seen..."?
Likewise, being in the presence of a negative, moaning so-and-so
has the opposite effect.
"You can't come afterwards and say so-and-so
promised to vote for England.
how unfair it is that so-and-so
, a killer, is angry
has passed away, He worked I can't think where, I've not seen him since old Joe's do, I think that he was there.
Every day, I read sentences and paragraphs that begin with "For his part, so-and-so
stated," or "on his part," so-and-so
said," or "after his arrival, so-and-so
announced." These are all mistakes of agreement in Arabic; it is correct to say "after the arrival of so-and-so
to London, he statedC*" There is an exception, namely words denoting "God" or "the world." But Arabs have been ignoring this one lately.
We have a two-party system because the American electorate continues to fall for the "you must vote for so-and-so
because you don't want so-and-so
They can be someone to look up to and provide a litmus test: "What would so-and-so
do in this situation?" For several of our interviewees, Martin Luther King was an inspirational mentor.
It doesn't make someone a wild-eyed terrorist because so-and-so
is related to so-and-so
who is related to so-and-so
and he knows someone.
Instead of doing days of research we call so-and-so
who we've known for 25 years and solve the problem fast ...
But it's not interesting to say, "So-and-so
is on the list." A better question is, "Why is so-and-so
on the list?" Are they contextualized differently?