"So when it comes to freestyling, if you like, I still don't have the faintest
idea what I'm doing so I'm not looking forward to the first party when it will be 'Go on, Harry, show us some moves'.
18 MORNING: The modest Leonid meteor shower peaks in the hours before dawn, but skyglow from the Moon will hide the faintest
"With the large light-gathering power of the LBT, astronomers are now able to collect the spectral fingerprints of the faintest
and most distant objects in the universe," marvels LBT director Richard Green.
By mid-February neither club has the faintest
worry about relegation, and both have genuine hopes of a Wembley date in the FA Cup for the first time in decades.
The galaxies are the faintest
and reddest objects seen in a new image released by the scientists last night.
Third-placed Somerset still have the faintest
chance of the title but they need a big win over Lancashire at Taunton.
For the Labour Group, Coun Shera, in his speech, suggested that we should be building 100 new council houses without the faintest
idea of how much they would cost or where the money would come from.
in his sleep he heard the faintest
sound and knew whether it heralded peace or peril.
This shortly after commiserating with a pensioner, amidst all his promises on care for the elderly, when he hasnt the faintest faintest
clue what the state pension actually is.
As for the gas how they can blame the price of oil I haven't the faintest
. It will be interesting to see if the price lowers when the oil gets cheaper.
long as there is the faintest
trace of white cream on the spoon.
Africa was smelting iron when Europe did not even have the faintest
idea of what a furnace is.