References in classic literature ?
So him and the new dummy started off; and the king he laughs, and blethers out:
We want to transform the University of the Air envisaged by Harold Wilson in the 1960s to a University of the Cloud," blethers vice-chancellor Peter Horrocks.
I hope to open up the conversations, the blethers, the arguments and celebrations that Scotland has with itself and with the rest of the world, using the voice of poetry in its fine Scottish delivery.
However for all of the blethers from Glazer PR Central the whole thing teeters if there are no big bucks made in Europe.