LaGarde, on her part, hoped that her talks with GCC financial officials would result in boosting IMF's efforts at creating stable financial and economic markets worldwide, including in some Arab countries that are beset with doddering
There's no re-visiting this downstream, and I don't see it coming back into theatres at all unless 20 years from now they want to do something and I'm a doddering
old guy that can't stop them," the Daily express quoted James as telling to the Total Film.
That was apparent when Catherine Zeta-Jones, 39, stepped-out with her 64-year-old husband, Michael Douglas, left, whose doddering
demeanour made him look well in need of his bus pass.
JOHN Sergeant has been mercilessly bullied out of Strictly Come Dancing, but the show is still bursting with doddering
Pakistan's economy is already doddering
with the local currency sliding sharply.
Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens--a doddering
old fool-voted to give the EPA authority over [CO.
After a prologue to explain the mythology of The Monkey King (Jet Li), the film begins in Chinatown, New York, where kung fu crazy misfit Jason (Michael Angarano) often goes to rifle through DVDs at a pawn shop run by doddering
Old Hop (Jackie Chan).
This time he also gets to do tipsy firefighters, a loony old man who thinks he's a ghost, two doddering
witches named Dora and Delia, the aforementioned Spanish virago, and several German immigrants.
onetime major studio didn't really know what to do with UA's classier traditions, and pretty much contented itself with exploiting the Bond franchise.
Always one to please her fans, Cho portrays a second character in the film--her famously doddering
As the deaf and doddering
Hortensius, young Michael Shell held his own with these pros, as did the inimitable Madame Vera Galupe-Borszkh (a.
Black, familiar evil--war, even: "HOLY" its government-issued, musty label) Civic hero, new pup, bureaucrat, political doer commencing campaign (having weak logic, generally), Intellectual of top local renown, religious, doddering
king (improbably governing): All poison.