"Well," said the Truthful Man, "the weather is not right for fishing, but it's a red-letter
day for music."
Wednesdays and Saturdays came to be, indeed, red-letter
days to her.
"It is a great day for me, sir--one of the red-letter
days of my life," he cried with many chuckles.
So wind and frost and snow, and perhaps a good stiff storm of hail, were Toby Veck's red-letter
A bulky, blue-chinned man in white clothes, his name red-lettered
across his lower shirtfront, spluttering from under a green-lined umbrella almost tearful appeals to be introduced to the Unintroducible; naming loudly the Unnameable; dancing, as it seemed, in perverse joy at mere mention of the Unmentionable--found those limits.
Cafes and restaurants will be open, too.Shops will be closed again on September 15, when Slovakia marks the Day of Our Lady of Sorrows, which is a red-letter
He said that on this red-letter
day they were along with the Hindu community.
He said: "You'll be at the helm of government, a business leader, entrepreneur, and many more so that this event is a red-letter
day not only for you and also for your country as well." "It goes without saying that I join you, your parents and your country in celebrating this event.
December 11, however ,was a red-letter
day for me when I read his excellent correspondence in The Journal when he debunked the theories of the climate change/global warming zealots.
The apprentice kicked off a red-letter
day in his short career when David O'Meara's Chancery (9-1) powered home in the 1m2f event.
TORONADO laid down a decent standard for next year's Classics with a hard-fought win in the One Call Insurance Champagne Stakes on a red-letter
day for trainer Richard Hannon at Doncaster.
It was a double red-letter
weekend for Z Team member Gus Brindle.