Gregg said: "We will choose the best six and I'll go along to their homes, take some decent wine, probably take my kids, and prepare the meal, cook it in their own kitchens and sit down
together with them all and enjoy it."
How sweet it is to open a note and find that its author, at the end of a long day at work and a longer evening with the children' should want to sit down
at the dining-room table and share her thoughts with us, or that a friend studying abroad has momentarily pushed aside his books and journals and put pen to paper to take up an old conversation and inquire how we are, how we really are.
TALKS Saracens chief Venter wants to sit down
with the RFU
One then ordered the woman to sit down
while his accomplice ransacked her home.
"It was agreed we would sit down
at the end of each year and see where we're going to and that's what will happen in the coming weeks," said Holleran.
This week has brought us news that Walsall are threatening to ban fans for displaying a Cypriot flag (their chairman has a villa there), restrictions on the size of St George's flags at Wembley (a ban unknown anywhere on England's travels), a cut of more than half in Man United's allocation at Sunderland for persistently standing - a tactic that's proved not to work in making supporters sit down
- and peaceful Crystal Palace fans being expelled at Middlesbrough by Cleveland Police for no good reason we can see.
A spokesman said: "It's not unusual for us to sit down
for our Christmas dinner and to be called out to a fire.
"Ron would say: 'Sit down
and just have a look at what passion really means'.
09:31:57 Ladies and gentlemen: Here the captain, please sit down
. Keep remaining seating.
ONE might be the Prime Minister, but one really should wait for the Queen to sit down
His wife called to say, `We've got to sit down
and talk.' Obviously, I'm counting `we've' as one word here when, as a pedant or any woman over 18 could argue, it's two words, joined by an apostrophe.
Summary: New Delhi (India), Aug 1 (ANI): Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Thursday took objection to a member from treasury benches telling a Congress leader to sit down
during debate on POCSO amendment bill and said if such a comment is repeated he will ask the concerned member to apologise.