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As you wait for their buses to pass and the awful din to die away, remember for every child you see fighting another, there is a Mr & Mrs Cowan sitting down somewhere for a civilised discussion with a Mr & Mrs Longstreet.
"This snow may well die away into Saturday afternoon, though there will be a penetrating frost overnight into Sunday."
Susan said: "James Cook Hospital wanted to enable more people to die away from the hospital, perhaps in their own home or care home, if they wished to do so.
After all, that's what being a Wolves supporter is all about (I'll just pause for a moment to allow the groans to die away).
Fifty years would perhaps be the right time to let the hottest radiations die away" (8/27/55, p.
This too would die away, and a new generation of anarchic youngsters would go their own way, fed by pop music, TV, the monster of fashion and ultimately, computer games.