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He spits them out with a remorseful air, for he feels that it is in his nature to be an unimprovable reprobate and that it's no good HIS trying to keep awake, for HE won't never know nothink.
They improve the seemingly unimprovable - David Beckham, George Clooney, Ryan Gosling, Chris Pratt, Paul Rudd, John Hamm, Jamie Dornan, Idris Elba, Jake Gyllenhaal the list is as endless as it is delicious.
Four is no 21st century pop classic, but it continues the trend of improving on its predecessor - last year's look-at-us-we're-growing-up Midnight Memories - and contains a handful of unimprovable 45s (ask your parents).
Four is no 21st century pop classic, but it continues the trend of improving on its predecessor - last year's look-at-us-we'regrowing-up Midnight Memories - and contains a handful of unimprovable 45s (ask your parents).
That was certainly the case on an unimprovable day at Wincanton in October 1998, when three generations rode in the same charity Flat race and Michael won, with Peter seventh and Tom ninth.
Under the leadership of Stiglitz and Akerlof, the Imperfect Information Paradigm has shown that with imperfect (and costly) information and incomplete markets competitive equilibrium is not generally unimprovable.
Similarly, in The White Goddess he recovers 'the language of true poetry--"true" in the nostalgic modern sense of "the unimprovable original, not a synthetic substitute"'.
There was a fancy-ish dessert involving coconut ice cream, pineapple and blueberries but the predessert sealed the deal for me: a classic, unimprovable crme brle.
The theory that Oxford wrote Shakespeare was first advanced in 1920 by a Gateshead schoolmaster with the unimprovable name of J Thomas Looney.
A classic work of literature is inexpensive, infinitely reusable, and, worst of all, unimprovable.
When renowned travel writer, Bill Bryson visited here, he said: "I had a saddle of lamb that was simply unimprovable.
The Victorian Restaurant really is a glorious hunk of old Brum, and unimprovable, as far as I'm concerned.