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Very often he is one of the few leaders who says the unmentionable and is in a position to differentiate between religion and politics.
He added: "The manager told me he had planned to do something unmentionable to me if they'd scored to draw the match.
It happily let some of its female cast members do some unmentionable - and very amusing - things on camera which you just don't get with Tallafornia.
The Mad Flotilla would surely include REPULSIVE, INSUFFERABLE, ABOMINABLE, INDUBITABLE, UNMENTIONABLE (and her sister ships UNSPEAKABLE and INEFFABLE), IMPECCABLE, INSENSIBLE, INNOCUOUS, INCORRIGIBLE, INTEMPERATE and INEBRIATED.
It is also dirty, (sorry Newcastle), so where do you put your shopping bags other than on the wet streets where there is chewing gum, cigarette stubs and some unmentionable fluids.
Comedian Freddie Starr was an early casualty but he did manage to snack on some kangaroo toes and other unmentionable animal bits before he left.
30pm) Tonight Ollie embarks on a vigilante movement against a guy who refused to pay him the full price for a job after his mate Darren was caught doing something unmentionable in the bathroom they were re-fitting.
But Mr Alexander made something else clear when he mentioned the hitherto unmentionable T word: taxation.
Summary: The attempted coup against Gordon Brown was the great unmentionable during the latest Cabinet meeting.
THE BIG NECESSITY: THE UNMENTIONABLE WORLD OF HUMAN WASTE AND WHY IT MATTERS delve into the history and consideration of human waste products and the growing stress on sewage systems that is creating what will become a crisis.
And when one or two did utter the unmentionable, he fell over himself to apologise lest anyone be offended.
The article on diabetes referred to some really unmentionable effects of the ailment
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