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And even the grouchiest spoilsport might reconsider that view now that a doctor has pronounced that playing in the snow is actually good for youngsters.
I think It's a great idea, I really do, and far be it from me to be a spoilsport, but are these buses going to be fitted with wings?
Spoilsport officers confiscated the pensioner's car keys and drove him home, and are now considering whether to take his licence from him.
One doesn't want to appear to be a spoilsport but there is a limit to what people (and pets) should have to tolerate.
Sir, - As a seven-nights-a-week merchant I can hardly be accused of being a spoilsport on this issue, but enough is surely enough.
Once in a while, a spoilsport like Kweisi Mfume, Democrat of Maryland, or Bill Bradley, Democrat of New Jersey, gets on a show like this and suggests that economic facts, especially about discrimination, might alter the debate.
This is not the first time the Irungattukottai Spoilsport
Motherwell WITHOUT being an old spoilsport, why don't the powers that be ban firework sales until November 1?
Srinagar, Sep 2 (ANI): The prevailing unrest in Jammu and Kashmir is playing spoilsport for the dry fruits business in the Kashmir Valley during the auspicious Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
Keen to shrug off their spoilsport image and further dispel the myth that they make children wear protective goggles for the playground game, health and safety officers have also entered a team in the tournament.
With the help of his right-hand robot, Male, and his girlfriend, Luke closes in on the killer - codenamed Spoilsport.
Ofcom is either a toothless tiger or a Draconian spoilsport depending on what has been you chaise to read this week.