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On sunny days we would stand in the yard in front of the beautiful powder blue door and pass the time of day, and I began to learn.
What began as an 'interest' to pass the time of day, during the enforced rest of her first pregnancy, became a passionate and fulfilling outlet for Vivienne's creative energies.
Cash has already been spent on a garden hub where National Trust volunteers and allotment-holders alike can meet and pass the time of day as well as seeds, tools, paths, pergolas and rabbit proofing.
One said: "I have only really spoken to David in the street to say hello or pass the time of day.
You were always meeting people, the customers were from all walks of life, and we could sit and talk and pass the time of day.
That's true - what some nutters do to pass the time of day interests me, I wouldn't copy them, though, obviously.
We'd have a chat down the pub and pass the time of day, we really quite liked them," Mrs Mann said.
That was fine, for one is always happy to pass the time of day with Mr Hughes.
One local said: "He'd always go out of his way to say hello and have a little chat, to pass the time of day.
But by the time they go out, they are hardly holding hands, but they can pass the time of day.
Right, a girl of 13 is drunk by lunchtime in Perth; DOING THE ROUNDS: Kids getting blazing drunk on the streets is a common sight in rural communities as well as in the big cities; OBLIVION: Two boys pass the time of day by getting out of their heads on a fortified fruit drink and alcoholic lemonade
Dan, Dana and I between us have a total of 96 years experience,'' said Hines, as customers dropped by to tell him a joke or pass the time of day.