He veiled a glance of disdain at his fel- lows who strewed the ground, choking with dust, red from perspiration, misty-eyed
While I hate to see any publication close and hard-working journalists lose their jobs, I can't share this misty-eyed
nostalgia for High Street Honeys, "Win Your Girlfriend a Boob Job" contests, or the gift to the world that is Jodie Marsh.
Like bicycling old maids and long shadows on cricket grounds, there are few things still guaranteed to make a certain sector of this country go misty-eyed
and blather on about bootstraps and backbone.
Oldies go all misty-eyed
Recalling how they cheered their side As year on year they rose on up, Some claim they even won the cup
Princess Olga (now Baroness of Inchdrewer as well) is misty-eyed
over the discovery that Inchdrewer was once owned by the family of Russian military hero Field Marshall Michael Barclay DETOLLY , as indeed was Ellington's own Towie Barclay castle.
As we get all misty-eyed
and ponder 'where did all the years go' we give you our seven favourite sporting moments of the past 10 years.
IT was enough to get every tie-dyed, prog-rocker all misty-eyed
as Steve Hackett and band hit the stage.
But this was no misty-eyed
look back at the early-80s electro pioneers' career.
IN the same way there is no point bemoaning the closure of the village fishmonger if you only ever used to get your haddock from Tesco, there's no point getting misty-eyed
over yesterday's switching off of Ceefax if you used the internet for all your information needs.
I am not getting all misty-eyed
about the old days but we used to shake hands at the end of the game.
And while misty-eyed
middle-aged people mend their broken hearts with a roll of stickybacked plastic, let's not get too ahead of ourselves, shall we?
He's in full Bad Santa-mode here, and anybody expecting to see him gradually mellowing and getting misty-eyed
over the antics of some adorable kids will get a surprise.