Mean ([+ or -] standard deviation) anthropometric and physiological characteristics of women and men tennis players taken from Christmass
Reflecting on frenetic Christmasses
past, he says he's seen all the turkey mishaps (too big for the oven is a common one).
"It'll be all our Christmasses
come together." The guitarist has also revealed he plans to make an album with Queen guitarist Brian May.
Opening: "It is Christmas Eve and I am thinking of our Christmasses
It sets the scene for the first and present Christmasses
The Edinburgh Sparkles campaign was declared a winner, with retailers, attractions and hotels reporting one of the city's most successful Christmasses
'I have spent five Christmasses
away from home in a row now so I am pretty used to it though I still find it difficult.
their early swarming Christmasses
, roiling through the house,
With a log of fifteen Christmasses
aboard ships, ten of them at sea, Conrad may choose a symbol from a good range of his own experience.
The English, we are told, tend to take their Christmasses
with them, turkey and plum pudding, holly and mistletoe in all sorts of unlikely and uncomfortable places, sticking to the prescribed order of things as determinedly as he who, generations ago, received his Times in batches and read them carefully in date order, or the other who unfailingly dressed for his lonely dinner under the tropic moon.
Enjoy some Christmas nostalgia as a new generation meet the Father Christmas of Christmasses
But William has dreamt of doing jury duty his whole life - so when a summons arrives on his doorstep just in time for his 30th birthday, it's like his Christmasses
(or birthdays) have all come at once.