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Our choicest plans are fallen through, our airiest castles tumbled over, because of lines we neatly drew, and later neatly stumbled over
care critique custody & control the very academic versifier takes his time has a millennium in which to choose his rhyme the airiest well-financed contemplation has to offer-- his
The secret to the airiest possible crumpet is the second and most important rising after the baking soda has been added.
Blue cod and scallops, fried in the airiest beer batter, salty chips and wedge of lemon, or mussels with garlic, parsley, white wine and just a drop of cream.
Mind you, we had to clean them with a carbon tetrachloride and took them to the back stairs which was the airiest place - yet still people would feel faint from the fumes.
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Having observed in the airiest terms possible that sports personalities are contracted to engage with the media, they say: "The current reluctance by some of racing's stars to work more closely with the media is having a detrimental effect on the positive publicity that can be achieved.
When Bishop Berkeley said 'there was no matter,' And proved it--'twas no matter what he said: They say his system 'tis in vain to batter, Too subtle for the airiest human head; And yet who can believe it?
The strings of beautiful burgundy red onions that are hanging from the banisters (well it is the coolest, airiest place in the house
For her part, confronted with a new idea, a fresh whim, a novel program for work, home, vacation or travel, she invariably encouraged even his airiest instincts.
In contrast to this decidedly physical array, however, inside the ring the couple "appeared" as "the two airiest forms, that had ever trodden on any more solid footing than a purple and golden cloud.