got in touch to say I shouldn't have done that.
Does any of these grandees
know that this beleaguered and extremely wronged citizenry gives a damn if there is freedom of expression or not?
Rather, he put forward his own views, and those of certain party Grandees
, whilst Plaid Cymru policy '''' clearly'''' opposes further nuclear development.
Around the corner from us used to live an old Tory grandee
, be-knighted because that's the sort of thing that happened to old Tory grandees
In his high camp, whimsical way, the man who whipped up a mini-revolution in the chat show world is now one of the grandees
of light entertainment and a veritable national treasure (in Britain, at least) - all without having to compromise.
A raft of new players have revealed aims to launch an assault on the UK banking market in recent months, with details emerging only last week of a new venture being led by City grandees
such as Sir David Walker.
are working on plans to snap up state-owned banking assets such as Northern Rock to create a new player on the high street.
Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee has defied calls by Republican grandees
to bow out, despite having no chance of overhauling the Arizona senator's towering lead in nominating delegates.
I'm wondering if the Party grandees
took a leaf out of the BBC's book; flagging ratings for EastEnders?
John Swinney and Alex Salmond and Transport Minister Lewis McDonald joined friends and members at the service.
And those of us who won't be jetting in to rub elbows with the art-world grandees
can be consoled: When it comes to the masters of less, less may still be more.
Seattle, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Fresno to elsewhere, talking to such grandees
and worthies as Gov.