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I really want this story to be true, but as I wile away the hours wasting my imagination pondering Moss' choice of starchy weapon, I wonder what Paltrow's personal trainer would have to say about it all.
EATING out at lunchtime is a pleasant way to wile away the hours, especially if work doesn't demand your return after a last hurried mouthful.
You might find yourself content to wile away the hours, talking about little more than titbits.
The result is that they are unable to send their children to school, who then wile away their time loitering around.
The goings-on of a hospital, however, are enough to wile away the longest of hungry hours.
The children wile away the summer days playing on the local railway, where they make the acquaintance of station porter Mr Perks (Cribbins) and the Old Gentleman (William Mervyn) who waves to them from his first class carriage every morning.
When it's snowing outside there's nothing better than a bonkbuster to wile away those house-bound hours.
They'll wake up Saturday, wile away the day in the hotel with a few meetings mixed in and then head to Sam Boyd Stadium for the 8 p.
Wendy said: "Quite often there are a lot of girls starting out on the search and others who just want to wile away an afternoon by going to a wedding fair.
If you're like me--can't afford to do any luxurious travels this year--you'll be finding other ways to wile away your free time.
Like a petulant teenager, he wastes no time in letting Ken know that he would rather wile away the hours drowning his sorrows and flirting with some of the locals.
There was little else for Wes to do but wile away the days and die in his slow, clock-punching rut.