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whenwe

(ˈwɛnwiː)
n
informal South African a White immigrant from Zimbabwe, caricatured as being tiresomely over-reminiscent of happier times
[C20: from when + we]
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Even whenwe didn't play so well we still showed our never-say-die attitude.
They are a highly-paid team and in reality should beat us hands-down every time but, as we proved whenwe narrowly lost to them earlier this season, we are more than a match for them.
To take this funding away from us whenwe are already dealing with the school building cuts would be a real kick in the teeth.
But whenwe lost a goal within 60seconds of the restart you could see the confidence drain from the m.
It's a real target, last year we concentrated on the Premiership and whenwe lost the Cupwe were almost glad because the Premiership is that much more important,' said Bowen.
She carries her own lead whenwe take her out for a walk.
Besides,why settle for amayor whenwe can have a president?
Or whenwe come out of the tunnel, the first thing we see is 1,000 away supporters in the corner of the ground.
We now face a tough test whenwe visit Maryhill on Wednesday night but they're the standard of team we want to test ourselves against.
Whenwe say it is bed time, he barks, then runs under the table to hide.
WHENwe are all being told of the hard times ahead, I can't believe that the Football Association has chosen to increase its disciplinary fines by 25 percent.
I just hope I get agood reception whenwe play them at Sharmans Cross.