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All the celebrity front rowers admitted to being dressed in some Sass and Bide for the show, with Bonnie Wright saying she is a particular fan of the brand as her Mum's family are from Sydney, Australia.
Myer Chief Executive Officer, Bernie Brookes, said Myer's investment in sass & bide represents an excellent addition to Myer's brand portfolio, delivering a highly profitable business with significant growth potential.
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BOXING: Amir Khan has been warned he will have to bide his time before he is ready to top the bill in the professional ranks.
These makeshift Romans bide their time by performing their fate.
But while Baras' ensemble choreography showcases a fine symmetry, the five women and two men almost seem to bide time waiting for Baras.
But Barnes believes that ( as a player still learning his trade ( Downing should bide his time, continue his education and prepare himself for a big future.
Irene Bide, 56, was walking along Allendale Road, Ormesby, on her way back from the post office when the attacker rode up behind her on a bike and snatched her handbag.
He went on to say that since Islamic nations are virtually the only ones with healthy birth rates, all they need do to secure global domination is to bide their time.
STEPHEN HUGHES has seen Old Firm rival Jamie Smith's patience pay off with a Celtic and Scotland place and has vowed to bide his time at Ibrox in a bid to reap the same rewards.