HE put some sticking plaster
on his fingers, and his friends both came to dinner.
'Yes,' said the other, in a drawling manner, for he was fixing a very small patch of sticking plaster
on a very small pimple near the corner of his mouth.
I laid down the razor, turning as I did so half round to look for some sticking plaster
. When the Count saw my face, his eyes blazed with a sort of demoniac fury, and he suddenly made a grab at my throat.
By offering another sticking plaster
to a gaping wound inflicted by the most severe spending squeeze in the history of the NHS, Johnson is fooling the great British public.
But their proponents won't accept that some problems need more than a sticking plaster
- they'll just insist we need to use more unicorn fur.
How many times have I read that the title deed debarcle is being addressed when in effect the rhetoric only results in a sticking plaster
amendment that is overuled, unworkable, unconstitutional or just ignored by the interested parties namely developers and banks.
"Whilst it is heartening to see the public stepping in like this, this is really just a sticking plaster
EXTRA government cash to help health services cope over the winter months is 'only a sticking plaster
', a leading councillor has warned.
But with hundreds of millions in cuts still to come by the end of the decade, this is just a temporary sticking plaster
that will not resolve the crisis in our criminal justice system.
Coventry's council leader does not believe the government's budget announcement means austerity is coming to an end - and criticised a [pounds sterling]650m boost for adult social care as a "sticking plaster
Scottish Labour health spokesman Anas Sarwar accused the SNP of coming up with "sticking plaster
Birmingham's Green Party councillor has dubbed the charge a 'sticking plaster
solution' and called for greater investment in public transport and cycling.