The problem is that we can't write our tales from the heed on a blank bit
of paper or from an objective point of view; we only see stuff though our own little set of peepers, along with the baggage that makes up our unique world view.
Sam and Russell put their names on a blank bit
of paper whilst the crowd goes for a burger.
Then sit down with a blank bit
of paper and start afresh.
So I didn't want to get bogged down in what has always gone on, and got a blank bit
Whatever improvements can be made to racing, and they are legion, there is no sense in allowing PR people to spend your money on pretending they actually have a truly blank bit
of paper to deal with.
Thompson recalls: "All we had when we started in 1991 was a blank bit
of paper and lots of experience in convenience retailing.
He told Prime Minister Tony Blair in a letter: "The Queen signed a blank bit
As I've been typing for more than 50 years I roughly know the layout, but there are still times of confusion when I glance down and see half a dozen blank bits
and totally forget where the letter is hidden.
Each book has six chapters, heavily illustrated in black and red/ yellow, with lots of blank bits
for the budding illustrator to fill in.
Clark, who won an Oscar for his work on The Killing Fields, shot his South Wales film on spare blank bits
of film reels he found while editing the 1964 Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn movie Charade.