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I daresay Labour councillors will claim they are against the devastating Tory austerity programme of cuts but weirdly, when they get into the council chamber, most of them vote in favour of cuts to services.
A TALE of Two Kitties: Two cats, one man and a great big life-changing adventure, is author Nick Harding's journey from cat-hater to reluctant cat-owner (the mischievous moggies, Alvin and Barry) and finally to cat-lover, via an investigation of the weirdly fascinating domestic cat world.
READ IT A TALE of Two Kitties: Two cats, one man and a great big life-changing adventure, is author Nick Harding's journey from cat-hater to reluctant cat-owner (the mischievous moggies, Alvin and Barry) and finally to cat-lover, via an investigation of the weirdly fascinating domestic cat world.
He even pronounces Theroux weirdly, but I am very proud of it and I love him."
Can't do anything without it being about Jeremy or weirdly Blair."
He said Farid was behaving weirdly when they were on their way to the police station.
She wanted to watch me grow up, and, weirdly enough, she died a month before my eighteenth birthday.
Online, Hemsworth, while giving an interview to ELLE magazine, said that he was "weirdly shaken" the first time he met Chris Pratt on the sets of 'Avengers: Infinity War'.
But in the aftermath of a fourth league defeat of the season, with Chelsea 10 points off the top of the table and with a defensive record better only than Newcastle, Mourinho looks weirdly impotent.
This committedly deadpan comedy of manners, morals and men behaving weirdly boasts a contained conceit seemingly ripe for unfettered absurdism: On a luxury yacht in the Aegean Sea, six male acquaintances embark on a rigorous series of personal and physical challenges, mercilessly grading each other to determine who is "the Best in General." That Tsangari resists escalating the conflict will leave as many viewers enervated as amused, but it's an expertly executed tease.