problematic as in having-to-beat-Australia problematic.
IF Swansea council can get a good price for the 35-year-old former West Glamorgan County Council HQ building on the seafront, they hope to get going on the monstrously
overdue modernisation of the Swansea downtown.
Fair play, too; it's a tough old world out there for female electro popsters in what is a monstrously
over-crowded market, but Little Machines has enough about it to earn some chart success.
It will also ease pressure on the West Coast Line - a route I frequently use and one whose trains are often monstrously
Lawyers start ending up dead and innocents are subjected to monstrously
vile acts before this heart-pounding thriller reaches an ending crescendo of lethal violence.
THE former Culture Minister Maria Miller, MP, obviously sees herself as a privileged person unlike those commoners having to cope with the monstrously
unfair bedroom tax.
Instead, this is the Outback, where hard drinking is routine and macho men embark on monstrously
bloody kangaroo hunts for fun.
Popular whim could only derange and bungle monstrously
the majestic march of state policy in its new crusade for the peace of the world.
Engaging Jackman is most fun when he is angry and never misses a chance to expose his monstrously
Awaiting them after today are a brutal time-trial taking in two second-category climbs and then three monstrously
tough Alpine stages, the first of which includes not one but two ascents of the legendary Alpe d'Huez.
Brilliant soundtrack to Tim Burton's stop-motion film Frankenweenie, with contributions from Karen O, Plain White T's, Skylar Grey and a monstrously
good version of Witchcraft by The Cure's Robert Smith.
Showed when finishing tied second in the monstrously
difficult US Open at the Olympic Club last month he's ready to bag his second Major - and the west coast of Lancashire could be the right time for the 32-year-old Portrush product to achieve just that.