Look for us in a box, in top hat and tails and quaffing more Dom and Canapes - manservant
in tow of course...
In Hebrew, the word employed for "anything" and "everything" is identical, "Kol." Hence, the above verse can also be translated as, "You shall not covet your neighbour's wife; you shall not covet your neighbour's house, nor his field, nor his manservant
, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his donkey, and everything that belongs to your neighbour." By concluding the verse with these words, the Torah is not just instructing us not to covet anything of our neighbour, but also helping us achieve this difficult state of consciousness.
Critique: A superbly crafted novel of wit and wisdom, "The Manservant
" by master novelist and professional chef Michael Harwood (www.mjharwoodauthor.com) is an enormously entertaining read from beginning to end.
Comical interludes with manservant
Alfrid seem to jar with the darker tone that pervade this chapter, including the loss of at least one hero in the melee.
As well as Palin, actor and comedian Joe Pasquale is returning to the role of King Arthur and actor Todd Carty returns as King Arthur's faithful manservant
Charged with retrieving a stolen Goya masterpiece, Charlie and his manservant
Jock Strapp (Paul Bettany) pursue the painting across the globe while attempting to stay one step ahead of MI5's Alistair Maitland (Ewan McGregor) and various baddies.
The Granthams are invited to a shoot in Northumberland, so manservant
Thomas and Sir Robert (Rob James-Collier and Hugh Bonneville, right) pack their guns.
Into this run-down piazza come Antipholus of Syracuse and his manservant
, Dromio of Syracuse, baffling those familiar with the strangers' resident lookalikes, Antipholus and Dromio of Ephesus.
That's "Mojo," the 1995 debut play by Jez Butterworth ("Jerusalem") now revived with a headline-grabbing cast including Brendan Coyle (stoic manservant
Bates from "Downton Abbey,") and Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley from "Harry Potter").
His surname was immortalised by writer PG Wodehouse, who saw Jeeves play in 1913 and was so impressed by the cricketer's conduct and style that he stored the name and used it two years later when he devised his famous manservant
Saudi prince who killed manservant
'to be allowed home' Mr Al Saud, 36, was found guilty at the Old Bailey two years ago of murdering his manservant
Bandar Abdulaziz, 32, in a "sadistic" assault in their five-star London hotel suite.
Just like Jules Verne's Phileas Fogg got his manservant
Passepartout to accompany him, this freelance copyeditor with Time magazine was on the lookout for a companion.