By God, I could make myself bring her that economically halved grapefruit, that sugarless breakfast.
I would have things as they were in all the days of my life . . . and in the days of my longfathers before me: to be the Lord of this City in peace, and leave my chair to a son after me, who would be his own master and no wizard's pupil. But if doom denies this to me, then I will have naught: neither life diminished, nor love halved, nor honour abated.
His small Umbrella quaintly halved
Describing in the Air
An Arc alike inscrutable
He delivered, but at first I had my doubts. He was quite brutal about taking a machete to songs if he thought they had too many verses one song he completely halved. And he didn't like my acoustic guitar playing. Did you notice that, Chris He would accidentally lean on the mute button. But I'm surprised and delighted with the way the record has turned out.
The increase is due largely to the decline in consumer confidence during 2005 as a result of concerns over growing levels of consumer debt and the slowing housing market, and because U.K. economic growth has halved.
ITV posted a good set of numbers despite lower revenues from advertising. 300 million pounds is going back to shareholders, there will be a new channel and the pension deficit has been halved.
I was glad to see that match halved because both of those teams shot 59, ... It would have been disappointing to see somebody lose a point to a great round.
Trouble shared is trouble halved.
By now we're over 60 percent out... The number of infiltrators has been halved,
In one season, the number of cartons rejected for export because of fruit fly damage has halved from 8 to 4, the lowest it has ever been.
Appraisals are where you get together with your team leader and agree what an outstanding member of the team you are, how much your contribution has been valued, what massive potential you have and, in recognition of all this, would you mind having your salary halved.
The use of wireless telecommunications services in the United States generated a consumer surplus of 157 billion per annum in 2004. Were U.S. carriers to charge at European Union levels, we estimate that the U.S. consumer surplus from wireless services would be halved, demonstrating that U.S. consumers and businesses enjoy substantially greater economical welfare from wireless services than their EU counterparts do.
The Tory decision wouldn't seem to have done Ken Clarke's hopes a great deal of good and we think David Davis now has the clear edge over his opponents with Liam Fox - whose odds we have halved from 121 - potentially his main challenger