But the word springs to mind
when thinking about American Ballet Theatre's season at the Metropolitan Opera House, May 12-July 5.
If I was sitting fuming in that jam, I'd have been tempted to request other suitable songs - Queen's Another One Bites The Dust springs to mind
THE old saying "God helps those who help themselves" springs to mind
after reading the story and studying the picture of the young people living in Ibbotson Flats (Examiner October 9).
I'm not sure who was responsible for all their name changes but when I consider it, an old Yorkshire saying - in this case perfectly true - springs to mind
Iconic' isn't a word that instantly springs to mind
when thinking of British Marques, after all we're the nation that created the Austin Allegro's square steering wheel.
The saying, "Do as we say, not as we do," springs to mind
when it comes to some MPs and the Freedom of Information Act.
Ask most people what they think of Captain Birdseye and a very different N word springs to mind
The thought springs to mind
that this was the action of a bad tempered person.
Revenge is the word that springs to mind
for this game.
The other player who springs to mind
to fill in the void if Tony is injured is Sol Campbell.
Others have been attempted--the John Cranko-Benjamin Britten Prince of the Pagodas, brought this summer in a later version by Kenneth MacMillan to Lincoln Center Festival 97 by the Royal Ballet, springs to mind
That old adage springs to mind
- what goes around comes around.