We suspect most of you - history buffs aside - won't have the foggiest
idea about when work on some of the city's greatest buildings began, when they were completed or when they opened for the first time.
Despite what they thought, the police and the child's revenge-seeking mum, Anna Dean (Kelly Macdonald), didn't actually have the foggiest
. The police's lack of knowledge (this was seen through the eyes of DI Steven Grover, played by John Hannah) was especially baffling.
You would properly conclude that such a person hadn't the foggiest
notion of what freedom is all about."
You already know anti-2A stuff gets my goat; the leftist media, opportunistic politicians and all those "activitists" who don't have the foggiest
understanding of the stuff they re protesting.
'The German high admiral.' 'Oh, of course.' She hadn't the foggiest
what he was talking about.
One of the foggiest
days in recent history, December 23, 2017 saw significant disruption to flights and passenger journeys, with 105 flights being delayed across T1,T2 and T3.
Marc, who writes 13,500 clues per year and has created 30,000 puzzles, has promised the first 10 people to crack the clues a free copy of his new book, The Foggiest
Marc, who writes 13,500 clues per year and has created 30,000 puzzles, has promised the first 10 people to crack the crossword a free copy of his new book, The Foggiest
Perhaps, nobody outside the close circle of Kim and the Chinese President Xi Jinping had foggiest
idea about the visit and what the reclusive North Korean leader had on his mind.
Director Peter Hall reputedly told his cast: "I haven't really the foggiest
idea what some of it means - but if we stop and discuss every line we'll never open." Peter Bull, who played Pozzo, later said "waves of hostility came whirling over the footlights and the mass exodus, which was to form such a feature of the run of the piece, started quite soon after the curtain had risen".
Mrs May has declared that Sir Phillip Green is the "unacceptable face of Capitalism", just as Ted Heath had declared that Robert Maxwell, El Fayed and Tiny Rowlands were the "unacceptable face of Capitalism" forty years ago, without the foggiest
intention of Parliament ever changing the law to regulate British commerce to standards of honesty.
By Andrew Amsan in New Delhi WHEN race walker K Ganapathi joined the Army back in 2008, he did not have the foggiest
idea about the discipline in which he would go on to become a contender for an Olympic berth.