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The Chancellor hasn't the faintest idea whether the array of tax reliefs for business meet their goals and whether they are value for money for the taxpayer," she said.
She said officers "didn't have the faintest idea" how to deal with "cases involving harassment against women".
Does Alfie Moron have the faintest idea how long insurance companies take to cough up?
Washington, Nov 16 ( ANI ): World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) president John Fahey has said that he does not think Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic has the faintest idea what his organization does.
Proudlock grabbed the faintest of touches on a 35-yard drive from Colin Cameron for his second and then, 11 minutes from time, the City defence conceded their 13th goal in four games as Mark Kennedy and Shaun Newton worked an opening for Proudlock to finish.
A referral revealed Haddin had got the faintest inside edge to Anderson in the third over after lunch.
Poseidon, I grow older type the faintest lights and the sleepers awake
He categorized the stars into six magnitudes with the brightest stars assigned to the first magnitude and the faintest to the sixth magnitude.
The faintest and most distant galaxies shown in the XDF are invisible to the human eye, giving off light that is one ten-billionth the brightness of the least amount of light detectable by the human eye.
Harry is the favourite to win the glitterball trophy, but has admitted he still does not have "the faintest idea" how to dance despite wowing the judges with his partner Aliona Vilani.
As far as I'm concerned, anyone who can sing lyrics as unashamedly daft as "Memories of broken dreams/As distant as the sun/Are drifting like an echo in the wind" without the faintest hint of irony - and not provoke an entire stadium's worth of derisory laughter - should be held aloft and cherished.
That's always been my view and that's why I haven't the faintest intention of changing the sentence for rape.