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BEN Stokes' heroics at Headingley even reached the G7 summit as Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison congratulated Boris Johnson through gritted teeth yesterday.
Nicola Sturgeon gave her backing through gritted teeth yesterday.
Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom said the Tories were working with Labour "through gritted teeth," adding that no deal would be better than cancelling Brexit.
Hold on to these people and let them know how much they mean to you, even if it's through gritted teeth sometimes.
AYMERIC Laporte is fired up to star for City after watching France's World Cup win through gritted teeth.
Gormless Chris Grayling had to announce - through gritted teeth - the public takeover of failing East Coast Main Line.
Revenge is not for the faint of heart, gleefully spilling blood at every woozy juncture as Jen proves, through gritted teeth, that the female of the species is more deadly than the male.
The hen night isn't much fun either as Brenda smiles through gritted teeth when Laurel reluctantly joins in.
PRAISE meted out by me to Aussie sportsmen is given begrudgingly and through gritted teeth.
Speaking to Sky News and echoing words said by Mr Trump, Mr Nuttall, who took over leadership of Ukip in November, said he would support the technique through "gritted teeth".
His face was said to be red and contorted and he spoke through gritted teeth, said prosecutor Jim Neary.
So it is through gritted teeth that I must report that Piers Morgan is an infuriating triumph at Good Morning Britain.