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I know it's strange to say this given how many lives September 11 has ruined, but for me it was a cloud with a silver lining.
What is sad is that our railway structures ever needed to be listed by government to protect them, but British Rail failed to do so--no, we have not forgotten the Euston Arch--although Railtrack's record is, strange to say, better than the totally nationalized system we had before.
Strange to say, even today there are still discoveries to be made about the good of our being.
But strange to say, He used this forecast of calamity as a motive for hope.
It may seem strange to say so, but Hepworth, while clearly a formalist, indeed, a textbook modernist, is taking on classical sculpture.
It may sound very strange to say but despite the hardships, we've also been enlightened by the most amazing blessings I could ever imagine.
The chief executive at Fulham, Alistair Mackintosh is a good operator but the whole business around Jol has been strange to say the least.
It's strange to say it's one of the best performances of the year - it really doesn't give it credit, because it doesn't feel like a performance.
It sounds strange to say it, but at the time I thought he was a nice gentleman.
IT seems strange to say it, but the highlight of the evening and indeed the entire Welsh Proms season was a quintessentially English work.
Parky is a great guy and I love him to bits and it hurts to see him in the condition he is in although, it sounds strange to say it, he's looking great.