Most of the company had indeed lived in their costumes for the last day or two, and Fisher himself had assumed his frock of sacking
as a convenient dressing gown; but there seemed, nevertheless, something unusually finished and formal, in the way of an early bird, about this magnificent red cockatoo.
Their employment of sacking
and such-like coarse material for work-a-day clothing, and their habit of tying it on with string and of thrusting wadding and straw inside it for warmth, gave these people an odd, "packed" appearance, and as it was a week-day when Tom took his little nephew for the hen-seeking excursion, so it was they were attired.
I must confess I was never at the sacking
a city, or at the taking a town by storm.
So now they has two ropes, 'bout six foot apart, and three from the floor, which goes right down the room; and the beds are made of slips of coarse sacking
, stretched across 'em.
Why, I've seen the day when I shouldn't ha' known myself if I'd lain on sacking
i'stead o' the floor.
But his /bride/ and her mother are to drive in a peasant's cart covered with sacking
(I know, I have been driven in it).
Almost three quarters (72 per cent) of the previous 39 sackings
saw the team in question improve their form to some degree following the sacking
which I'm sure leave the players saddened and bemused.
And that's why the recent sackings
in the Premier League.
The Trinity Mirror Data Unit has taken a look at every Premier League and Championship sacking
over the last five seasons, comparing the form of each club before and after the sackings
d "It's embarrassing for the game that all of those sackings
are unfair dismissals.
That s the smokescreen for mass sackings
like we ve seen in Queensland.