Now 49, this regal woman with the rich brown eyes seems unlikely casting as an Irish mother of seven who runs a fruit and veg stall in one of Dublin's tattier
The Hot Spot, for example, is smaller, tattier
and lacks class.
His eco-posturing with Friends of the Earth is such that his green banner gets tattier
and greyer by the day.
But it has been around long enough for a few used examples to be on the market and, according to Glass's Guide, a 2001 S-spec model in top condition with 31,000 on the clock will cost you pounds 6,800, while a slightly tattier
version of the same age bought privately is worth about a grand less.
The town is tattier
, rubbish collection is hit or miss, we have lost facilities like the Empire Pool etc.
We wanted an amendment to allow three stalls to continue on Church Street, selling only Liverpool wares and not some of the tattier
If Steve Bruce remains Birmingham City manager for the next five years, or even the next 25, he won't preside over many spectacles tattier
This can be a vicious circle because as the vehicle gets tattier
, people don't treat it as well and then the business could be liable for refurbishment charges at the end of the contract.
Call me a traditionalist sexist pig all you like, but there are only three acceptable reasons for having your skin scraped at by some bloke wearing a tatty vest in an even tattier
They made the house look tattier
from outside by painting black cracks on it and putting ivy everywhere.
Scotland's schoolkids can look forward to a year of tattier
books, fewer facilities and bigger classes.