I am not to be stopped on the king's service by every gadabout
Yet why should I, after all, abuse the gadabout
propensities of my countrymen?
In France, meliora probant, deteriora sequuntur - the people are too much a race of gadabouts
to maintain those household proprieties of which, indeed, they have a delicate appreciation, or at least the elements of a proper sense.
Gruen's protagonist convincingly evolves from a hapless, rich gadabout
into a serious, capable woman.
PS67K The bumper salary Mr Arbuthnot receives as a backbench MP "Someone should remind this free-loading Tory he is still a well-paid MP with a job to do LABOUR'S KARL TURNER BLASTS GADABOUT
Not so much in that I only come out when the sun is shining, but as in it's something I've felt a passion for at well-defined episodes in my life, all of them defined by one common factor - that I couldn't, for whatever reason, do more exciting things instead, such as gadabout
, having other kinds of fun.
The contract involves the relocation of existing single device for building Flux, the gadabout
of the main building and in connection with realignment, moving from loose arrangement in other buildings on the campus of the TU / e.
The record suggests that the indefatigable gadabout
may have been telling a white lie when he claimed as much, though when it comes to last night's Liam Gillick Bard College opening with dinner following in nearby Woodstock (minibus transport provided
The canny prostitute Sugar (played by Romola Garai) is determined to seize a better life for herself before her youth and beauty runs out; to that end, she seduces William Rackham (Chris O'Dowd), the gadabout
heir to a perfume business.
At the moment those practical steps revolve as well around shaking the perception that she is little more than the fashion plate, unregenerate gadabout
and celebrity consort best known to New Yorkers as Mrs Sting.
18 (435m): Tango Noel, Ballymac She, Karma Deejay, Rebel's Eye, Dave's Not Saft (M), Gadabout
Meeting Room 1, Huddersfield Town Hall: My ideal life on the Bateau Gadabout
by Sandra Parnell, tonight at 7.