Although having poor sport
, we enjoyed a pleasant ride.
It looks like precious poor sport
for you and me, Bunny
Let me tell you, Miss Prude, it is in such nonsense, however, that the happiness or misery of us poor sports
of fortune, called women, in a great measure blooms or fades--now that I call poetical
On the first Peter, the Skipper, tried the wrecks and decided that, after very poor sport
, to head inshore onto the rough ground.
Overall the hypothesised variables explain only little of the variance in DS, and it can be assumed that parents have more of an effect on athletes' good and/or poor sport
behaviour by affecting their environmental climate, as shown by sports psychology literature.
Of this number, 80% live in developing countries and the majority of them are poor sport
plays a key role in the life and social interactions of the disabled.
The clip became a sensation, angering fans who believe that the cleat snatching incident revealed Ereth to be a selfish poor sport
unconcerned with the feelings of the young boy or the intentions of Donald Driver, who was tossing the shoe to the boy for him to keep as a momento of the game.
Was the head football coach a poor sport
who can deliver ass whippings but can't take one?
THE opening of the new Toft Farm Fishery on the Rugby side of Coventry near Dunchurch was a mixed bag, with some good weights from the Carp Lake and poor sport
on the Silver Fish Lake.
Not being a poor sport
, not whining and crying, but trying to go down the way I came up, with respect and character.
automakers continued to suffer declines due to poor sport
utility vehicle sales, a research firm said Thursday.
I'm going to try my best and not be such a poor sport
next time I lose.