said he, "come here: so thou hast changed thy trade; thou art no longer a choir boy
nor a tavern boy; thou hast become a horse stealer?
He was an imposing and sombre personage, before whom the choir boys
in alb and in jacket trembled, as well as the machicots*, and the brothers of Saint-Augustine and the matutinal clerks of Notre-Dame, when he passed slowly beneath the lofty arches of the choir, majestic, thoughtful, with arms folded and his head so bent upon his breast that all one saw of his face was his large, bald brow.
The priest would hurl a hard-boiled egg to one of the choir boys
, and then toss it from one choir boy
to the next.
Resembling a cross between a choir boy
and beatnick," Shelton wrote, "Mr.
THE Queen gained the first of her 23 victories at Royal Ascot only 15 days after her Coronation, when Choir Boy
landed the Royal Hunt Cup in 1953.
He comes over all lofty-voiced choir boy
in Fortress, which builds achingly, all layered with slow, shivery phrasings ("Pull me under, under the ocean"), Different Drugs draws on 80s synths, spiralling into a high keening bridge, while the muted Living Lux swallows you whole (lyrics about lobsters included).
As a man brought up in the Church of England I missed the 23rd psalm "The lord is my shepherd" which I sang as at choir boy
at funeral services.
A combination of post traumatic stress disorder, cocaine and Irish whisky has turned Arthur (Paul Anderson) into an explosive loose cannon although I suspect he wasn't exactly a choir boy
even before he went off to war.
I love that she's telling everyone how wrong it is to worry about retouching and meanwhile, she has been touched up more than a choir boy
at the Vatican.
Rivers said that she loves the fact that the actress is telling everyone how wrong it is to worry about retouching and body image, and meanwhile, she has been touched up more than a choir boy
at the Vatican.
Residents were left puzzled when a sign saying Choir Boy
Grooming Room appeared above Stephen Wilson's garage.
THE article also prompted a response from Fred Ellis who says: "Seventy-five years ago I was a choir boy
at Hawkesbury Church in Lentons Lane and lived in the lane for many years.