Most lilies prefer well–drained soil, but a few will cope in soggier
THE country may have been gripped by a cold snap yesterday - but we'll be back to milder, soggier
But a plate of mixed tempura morsels were wildly varying - some crisply coated, others soggier
than a posh bloke's handshake.
London, September 5 (ANI): Veterinary scientists have said that as the world warms, slabs of meat would lose their juiciness, and become soggier
, blander, leaner, darker and more prone to spoilage.
The Newcastle ground on Thursday appeared soggier
than a normal year at Glastonbury, and the noise from the Gosforth Park stands will be as loud as the Somerset music festival if strongly supported Highland Legacy lifts the pounds 200,000 John Smith's Northumberland Plate (3.
You survey the rain and imagine your smalls getting soggier
The Indian summer gives way to a somewhat soggier
And they're either like bullets or soggier
than an umbrella after a wet Bank Holiday in Blackpool.
Most lilies prefer well-drained soil but there are a few that will cope if you have soggier
Only six words were exchanged between us - three each - yet somehow we failed to communicate successfully and I was left with much soggier
chips than I had hoped for.
However, the Outlander still managed to wade up a stream and had a sure-footed hold through the soggier
The sandman has called and some of the soggier
areas are now a bright yellow.
TRAINER Ed Dunlop is keen on the chances of his Red Cadeaux in today's Old Borough Cup at Haydock, a view backed up by the form book, especially so if the ground gets any soggier
than the good to soft forecast.