Now, I'll give you half a crown for him." Tadpole holds out, but between threats and cajoleries at length sells half for one shilling and sixpence--about a fifth of its fair market value; however, he is glad to realize anything, and, as he wisely remarks, "Wanderer mayn't win, and the tizzy
is safe anyhow."
broke his duck at Turfway Park in January, but in the Grade 3 Risen Star Stakes at Fair Grounds the following month he clipped heels with a rival and fell.
APPARENTLY, Jade Goody was in a right tizzy
the other day when she realised that her mobile number had accidentally been broadcast on her reality TV show, Just Jade.
IRISH TV chiefs are in a tizzy
as Coronation Street threatens to topple rural Glencoe as the Republic's top soap.
A MAN booed Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as he was about to begin his speech at Vigyan Bhavan in the Capital on Saturday, sending security personnel into a tizzy
Now that the recession is getting watered down slowly, tech firms are in a tizzy
to hire new people.
HOW can I live my life without getting my mum into a tizzy
about everything I do?
Valance and Aspasias Tizzy
are others bidding to bounce back after defeats in good-class handicaps, while Monash Lad steps up in grade, having been bought for 1 1,500gns after winning a seller at Windsor.
The 75-year-old divorcee lives alone with her cat Tizzy
. But now, thanks to offering herself as a surrogate grandmother, she will never be lonely again.
Paul and Tizzy
Bannister have sued neighbours in the Kenilworth Apartments overlooking Central Park, claiming that for years they have broken city noise levels.
It is unclear when and where the incident took place, but the photo has sent both the DMRC and the CISF into a tizzy
with neither being able to explain the breach of security.
London, April 21 (ANI): Welsh singer/songwriter Charlotte Church is said to have flown into a tizzy
when her new diamond engagement ring dropped down a plughole while she was washing her hands.