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Phil Mitchell and Liam Butcher both went through it and lived to tell the tale (just).
We are very glad indeed that the man who was leasing the car lived to tell the tale - and that the younger suspect survived, too, to tell us what didn't occur, and more.
1) Obituary, "Liberal-minded Conservative MP who helped bring down Margaret Thatcher and lived to tell the tale," DrTh.
Clearly it does happen and many mums and babies have lived to tell the tale.
They lived to tell the tale, however and all three celebrities looked pleased to be escaping Britain's unpredictable summer and enjoying the Mexican sunshine instead.
They've been through the toughest of times and lived to tell the tale.
WORLD'S SCARIEST NEAR MISSES Five, 8pm In what must be one of the most morbidly watchable programmes on telly, we get up close and personal accounts of people who have stared death in the face - and lived to tell the tale.
Four 'Armstrongs' lived to tell the tale while the others perished.
SAVED from the Eiger by a plug, mountaineer Andy Kirkpatrick (left) lived to tell the tale in his new show Off The Wall.
Shafeeq lived to tell the tale -- but only just, for he had inhaled the deadly gas wafting along the streets of Bhopal, in the process condemning his as- yetunborn child too.
Saxondale: Tommy Saxondale has been through the rock and roll mill and lived to tell the tale.
She set out on a year-long tour of non-Catholic churches, mostly Protestant, around the US and lived to tell the tale.