Oh, for lots of reasons, my dear Bunny; among others, I have long had a wish to grow my own beard; under the next lamppost you will agree that it's training on very nicely.
It stood immediately behind a lamppost, and I could not but notice that a love-lock of Virginia creeper was trailing almost to the step, and that the bow-window on the ground floor was closely shuttered.
Levin walked up to a lamppost
, read his brother's address, which was in his pocketbook, and called a sledge.
The store- keepers plastered up their windows with all sorts of lies to entice you; the very fences by the wayside, the lampposts
and telegraph poles, were pasted over with lies.
Residents in Quinton are celebrating after Birmingham City Council finally fixed their lamppost
after various officials spent years passing the buck.
Scotland Yard said the baby boy and woman are not related and she had not been pushing his pram at the time the lamppost
SOZZLED David Robinson was so desperate for a late-night punch-up he even challenged a LAMPPOST
to a fight.
A chase in fantasy flick The Sorcerer's Apprentice became a real-life drama when the Ferrari jumped a kerb, toppled a lamppost
and hurtled into Sbarro's restaurant in New York's Times Square.
He was in a van which veered off the road and hit a lamppost
shortly before 7am on Christmas Eve.
Working on the next lamppost
was a contractor painting it the hideous shade of blue the council appears to have adopted.
The doors smashed into a telegraph pole, bringing phone wires down on rooftops, before knocking over a concrete lamppost
SIX passengers -including three children - were taken to hospital after a bus smashed into a lamppost
in Old Swan.