Plornish, having been made acquainted with the cause of action from the Defendant's own mouth, gave Arthur to understand that the Plaintiff was a 'Chaunter'--meaning, not a singer of anthems, but a seller of horses--and that he (Plornish) considered that ten shillings in the pound 'would settle handsome,' and that more would be a waste of money
That will be a very silly waste of money
," said Madame de Bellegarde.
Pearce says you're going to give me some to wear in bed at night different to what I wear in the daytime; but it do seem a waste of money
when you could get something to show.
Ricardo Jennings: "What a disgraceful waste of money
and what hideous additions to our beautiful town centre - none of these will enhance the town at all.
Andy Watts IT'S an awful waste of money
and a real eyesore.
The results of a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll showed that in the state heavily affected by illegal immigration, 47 per cent thought it was a waste of money
compared to 34 per cent who thought it would be an effective barrier.
But Sinn Fein Seeley councillor and Deputy Lord Mayor Catherine Seeley said they were a waste of money
, especially so as there is an abundance of robes left over from the previous merger of the councils.
If this then leads to world-wide de-commissioning of all fossil fuel/nuclear power plants, I don't think anyone could then class the LHC as a waste of money
I was also accused of stifling human curiosity by shouting my mouth off saying it was a waste of money
These elections are a phenomenal waste of money
at a time when the police forces are facing significant cuts.
This waste of money
is a disgrace, worse than the cost of Peter Mandelson having Special Branch protection after his limited stint in Northern Ireland when he was as much a danger to the IRA as David Cameron is to Gordon Brown.
FORMULA One could become a billion-dollar waste of money
next season, according to team bosses.