"Not as you'd care much, I daresay
, if you did hear; for you're too feather-headed to mind if everybody was dead, so as you could stay upstairs a-dressing yourself for two hours by the clock.
The recent gatherings and campaigns against pollution of our atmosphere was I daresay
the idea of good intentions and aptly correct but what did we see?
Labour councillors will claim they are against the devastating Tory austerity programme of cuts but weirdly, when they get into the council chamber, most of them vote in favour of cuts to services.
I believe that I have a good idea to help prevent future crime but I daresay
that some people may disagree with me.
Ben Worthington, defending, told Swindon magistrates: "He grew up in Italy and I daresay
that's rubbed off on him a bit.
you will be made to feel thoroughly ashamed of yourselves.
Milan v Udinese Sky Sports 3, 8pm I'LL have to see if the saying 'there but for the grace of God go I' translates into Dutch, but if it does I daresay
Clarence Seedorf would have muttered it when he bumped into Edgar Davids at the San Siro last weekend, writes Steve Davies.
What You May Not Have Known About Abortion & Some Medical Ethical Issues in Lebanon "I daresay
Lebanon doesn't need more fertility.
we, the taxpayer, will be paying hotel fees for them instead.