Maggs "Confidence is high but we mustn't
rest on our laurels as everyone wants a piece of us, as Hull showed by out-enthusing us for 65 minutes.
It's also important not to hide away from your feelings and you mustn't
feel bad about telling friends and relatives that you're struggling.
He said: "The big thing is if you win you mustn't
get too carried away with it, and if you lose you mustn't
get too down.
The officers complained about the lack of money, whilst smiling and saying: "Still mustn't
grumble - carry on chaps." The lads said: "What a flipping Army this is!" I left after my two years, but later re-enlisted to an Army where everybody complained about rifles, radio sets, non-exploding shells and vehicles that broke down.
"To create 55 chances in four games must be a world record, mustn't
it?" the Welshman continued.
That catch must be consumed within the monument, and it mustn't
diminish the quality or integrity of the ecosystem from which it's gleaned.
be forbidden territory for criticism, for it is an important part of today's marketplace of ideas.
The new Combined Code sets a significantly higher benchmark than its predecessor, but it mustn't
be seen as the end of the story.
worry as she has The Star, which signifies difficulties evaporating - this is the wish card, after all.
Still I mustn't
complain too hard: ar+d is the only contest of its kind in the world, and it really does bring out previously unconsidered talent, some of which Hara, Thibault, Yamaguchi, Barclay & Crousse for instance - is really impressive.
Her teacher apparently told her that this boy was having a bad time at home and she mustn't
get too upset if he got a bit naughty now and then.
In general, the leaders of the Catholic community must publicly counter debilitating shibboleths such as "you mustn't
judge"; or, we must be welcoming our homosexual brothers and sisters." Homosexuals who work towards a life of chastity are to be distinguished from homosexual activists.