Senior author John Geddes said: "If it was cancer and only one in six were getting access to effective treatment, we'd think there was something squiffy
5% APV so perfect for a daytime gathering where you don't want to get too squiffy
And for the Ospreys it was not the good way as the Dubliners made the most of Davies' sat-nav being squiffy
putting the ball behind the on-rushing full-back to gain massive territorial advantage.
They are squiffy
before leaving the front door which means they can't remember the best bits of their night anyway.
These places are great if you are one of those people who like spending PS12 on a deceptively large ice-filled drink called something like a Squiffy
Belgian or a Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, which contains 26 different ingredients, which takes the bartender 18 minutes to prepare, and which is gone in four slurps.
In contrast, Kucinskis, with his tie all squiffy
and his famously scuffed shoes looked like a real politician who had been up all night drinking beer and eating sandwiches while hammering out some crucial deal between hands of poker.
There were a couple of squiffy
moments for the goalkeeper and just as we need to see more evidence from Shotton, Legzdins also needs a few more games to show just how close he is to challenging Tomasz Kuszczak.
In a bravura pre-credits sequence we saw the slightly squiffy
DC Dinah Kowalska cabbing it home from a do, literally kicking her boyfriend to the kerb following an argument en route, before giving chase in her stocking feet to a murder suspect she'd just spied in her peripheral.
CHRISTMAS coming early with Corrie getting Gail squiffy
on mulled wine.
Then Al sheepishly confesses that he got a bit squiffy
at home the night before our interview while watching Brazil lose 7-1 to Germany in the World Cup semi-final.
With his friend Squiffy
, the water vole, and using the advice of friend Billy the goat, Dewi tries to nurse and rescue a burned rat named Bomber.
Comment by TimD All the years I've dodged through the streams of errant school-kids and students, folk not looking where they're going as they eat their hot spuds, and squiffy
pub-goers lurching around 'Spoons - and it never crossed my mind to rate that a "pleasant indoor experience.