In response to Gwen Stimely, I blushingly
apologize to John Brockmann.
After a brisky fought battle, with neither side taking prisoners by all accounts, Rowntree blushingly
accepted the offer from Vevey.
They observe, sometimes haltingly and blushingly
, that after all it is by no means establishable on grounds of evidence and logic that there is any virtue in being humanitarian.
The President may, as he should, blushingly
withdraw Meese from nomination.
Here, cooked precisely so it was blushingly
medium-rare, that flavour was fabulous.
Well Nick Clegg, given his musings about past conquests, might blushingly
lay claim to the title (political section).
Pennsylvania may be a watershed state for the two candidates, and they will have to search for votes in such towns as Asylum, Little Hope, Panic and, blushingly
, Virginville, as well as Intercourse, a town in Amish country that people see as a sexual reference but was more likely named for "reciprocal social or commercial dealings between individuals, groups or nations," as it is defined in Webster's Dictionary.
Indeed she admits to being quite intrigued by it medically and rather blushingly
describes in her book how, when a guest at a party politely enquired how she was doing these days, she spent 15 minutes going into great detail.
com, Izzadeen blushingly
confessed to looking for "a second, third or fourth wife.
Tomorrow the grateful nation gives her something back, in the shape of an OBE, for work in a subject that most of us still find blushingly
difficult to talk about.
Asked which of the boys he thinks will be the most popular with the girls, he says James, and blushingly
brushes away any suggestion he might achieve pin up status himself.
uk had blushingly
declined to stand in this, or any other category, but still got plenty of votes from bewildered or belligerent well-wishers.