Other factors as to why the Conservatives were returned to office include the events that took place during the time when Churchill was Prime Minister. The Sun To lose one is bad luck, to lose three seems like lousy vetting.
One month before the election, Churchill resigned. Our immediate response to the attack was sheer horror. It is only through sheer good fortune that no-one was injured this afternoon. Times, Sunday Times Stranger things have happened - good luck! There was a right-left split in Labour, between Gaitskell and Bevan.
He survived the shooting.
This is another example of how the Conservatives won through good fortune, as British citizens wanted consistency and efficiency, which was best displayed by the Tories. Where the Waters Are Born And good luck to anyone whose life is made happier through chemical pursuits.
I was amazed by the sheer bulk of the creature. Nothing will replace that hole in your heart but love can at least kiss the edges. Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice All you are doing there is giving over the chance to luck. The orchestra is unrivalled in terms of technical mastery and sheer vitality.
The incident happened on a housing estate off Gorsey Lane, behind a parade of shops. As the author of more than 30 books and recipient of an unprecedented eight NAACP Image Awards for literature, Giovanni is a literary star in her own right.
The Sun We probably needed that bit of luck to get the game opened up.
That Hoddle continues to do unto David Beckham as other England managers used to do unto him - waste his gifts out of position on the right flank - remains a problem unsolved. Lying on a sunny beach is my idea of sheer bliss. The area is under threat from the sheer number of tourists using it.
Our army was beaten by sheer weight of numbers. Read more… But he was not prepared to leave his change of fortune to luck or accident.
Times, Sunday Times Just my luck I got pregnant that night. It was sheer luck that we met like that. We were impressed by the sheer size of the cathedral. Times, Sunday Times Having a couple of chances and that luck is missing for me now. Photo by Michael Kiernan.
Police were called out to Osborne Road in Litherland at around 4. The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth in was also significant because it lifted the mood of the electorate and brought about a feeling of optimism. We are particularly keen to speak to anyone who saw anyone acting suspiciously in the area of Osborne Road around 4.
I wonder if this is linked to that? For many who gathered in Burruss Auditorium on Oct. I shouted at him in sheer frustration. Also, due to the condition of the opposition, the Conservatives seemed like a stable government. Although Shearer struck while he was still with them, that goal had nothing to do with Gascoigne, who is now a split-second behind the sharp tempo of the modern game and as such arrives in the tackle over-stretched and with his lower limbs dangerous exposed.
She was laughing from the sheer exuberance of the performance. He does deserve some good luck. This would have raised Conservative support because the Coronation was during the time of a Conservative government. Times, Sunday Times Police had better luck bringing him to justice once timeshare complaints began to flood in.
One man, who asked not be named, said: Times, Sunday Times We just need a little bit of luck and a little bit of consistency.One person’s good luck: persisting during the entire length of World War II: name of the lucky guy unknown, but here is his story.
Officer X was a fully trained pilot in the RAF inflying a Spitfire or a Hurricane - it does not matter which, as will become evident.
Sula Quotes. Want to Read saving “It is sheer good fortune to miss somebody long before they leave you.” ― Toni Morrison, Sula. tags: heartbreak, miss. likes. Like “In a way, her strangeness, her naiveté, her craving for the other half of her equation was the consequence of an idle imagination.
Had she paints, or clay, or knew. Oct 04, · by sheer luck implies more than coincidence, it implies good fortune. For the religious, grâce à Dieu would work.
turn sharply; change direction abruptly 2. cause to sheer. adj. 1. complete and without restriction or qualification; sometimes used informally as intensifiers 2.
not mixed with extraneous elements 3. very steep; having a prominent and almost vertical front 4. so thin as to transmit light. adv. 1. straight up or down without a break 2. directly. “It was sheer good fortune that the Conservative Party were returned to office in May ” Discuss.
In the May General Election, the Conservatives won seats, winning with an overall majority of 58; with Labour winning and 3.
9% of votes were for Liberal and Others. This was also the match which confirmed that Shearer, not Gazza, is the real talisman of Hoddle's England. It also suggested that the manager is not only bedding down the continuity essential to his tactical theme but is blessed with that intangible yet essential ingredient good luck.Download