WE'VE all been abroad and had a good snigger at well-meant
but inaccurate English on menus or hotel notices.
, it came across as an expedient way to win public sympathy and acceptance.
Your average yob who regularly breaks all the glass panels in telephone boxes, drops litter, sets cars on fire, terrorises the elderly, ruins the well-meant
skate parks dotted around the borough, would without doubt endeavour to smash and vandalise any youth project that went ahead.
Well said, but not well-meant
. Because Tony Blair has torn up that commitment to please his rich friends.
No doubt her review is entirely well-meant
,but people at the sharp end of post-16 education can be excused for being somewhat concerned at the prospect of ELWa inspired,or imposed change.
Russell is acting like a kid in a candy store and his behaviour is forcing her to cut short his spending spree, well-meant
though it is.
Chances are, though, that the former Princes Park wit would instead have viewed the picture on face value-- as alight-hearted but well-meant
photo call,on the steps of Liverpool's St George's Hall,by the cast of Tap Dogs playing at the theatre directly opposite.
but totallybungled National Trust ``consultation'' exercise at the Cathedral is indicative of how sloppily this valuable asset is being handled.
If ever you were unsure of just how endemic cheating was in the world of football the evidence was there this week in that well-meant
but illconceived suggestion.
Reply: I am sorry to hear that your confidence was dealt a blow by an unkind, though perhaps well-meant
If I may add a small, but well-meant
comment, I would like to perhaps wish for a more moderate celebration of Ramadan, in order to promote the healthy life style that I know both Qatar Foundation and HMC are energetically working on in Qatar, and we should all try to refrain from too excessive eating during this month.
But the recent over-reaction in Kabul at Prime Minister Imran Khan's well-meant
but misinterpreted remarks regarding 'neutral interim government', highlighted deep, still-lingering distrust and ill-founded doubts about otherwise sincere intentions.