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|Indeed, more Britons owned homes and stocks during her years than ever before|
. Second, Thatcher ... Like Churchill, she throve on adversity and once said, "“If it
is once again one against forty-eight, then I am very sorry for the forty-eight.
|A good statesman, like any other sensible human being, always learns more from |
his opponents than from his fervent supporters. For his ... 1982). 9 If it is once
again one against forty-eight, then 1 am very sorry for the forty-eight. MARGARET
|On one occasion, she was taking care of one of her regular customers, an elderly |
man she knew lived on a fixed income. He often said she reminded ... If it is once
again one against forty-eight, then I am very sorry for the forty-eight. —Margaret ...
|If. it is once again one against fortyeight, then I am very sorry for the forty-eight. |
Margaret Thatcher ... Ninety-eight. percent of the adults in this country are decent,
hard-working, honest Americans. It's the other lousy two percent that get all the ...
|So if he is wise he will often pray to be delivered from his friends, because they |
will ruin him. ... If it is once again one against forty-eight, then I am very sorry for
the forty-eight – Margaret Thatcher • It is easy and dismally enervating to think of
|Invincible 00000000000000000000000000000 Ifit is once again one against |
forty—eight, then I am very sorry for the forty-eight. MARGARET THATCHER I
was living perilously, with a momentum as transient as the artificial pleasures I
|her thin arms—one with its hospital ID band askew—and shook her head as |
though her disgust with everything, but mainly him, was total. “I'm sorry,“ he told
her, once again. ... It's really, really sad, actually. ... “There's still, you know, the
forty-eight hours. ... They see the baby and they get emotional and then they lose
objectivity, Diane, they get all embroiled and they can't ... a hand in a decision.
But-Walter—you are not named. You might be the father, but you are not named.
If ED KING.
|very hard about which one she wanted to use, a finger running along them as |
she bit her lower lip. ... "Good philosophy," I said, wondering if the Google articles
I'd seen about her huge debt were true. ... Marcella nodded. And again, the same
thing happened. "I'm sorry. Do you have another card?" asked the owner. ... She
handed over a MasterCard. ... jeans and Vato and Jakes T-shirts worth forty-eight
hundred dollars, more than most people spent on their entire wardrobe for a year.
|You aimed at a hit, and missed, like the pantaloon in a pantomime ; tho weapon |
swung round and knocked you over in the recoil. Gather yourself together again;
shake the sawdust out of your eyes. One slip ... You had a fall — a bad one —
and deserved to have it ; but such incidents are inseparable from our calling. ... I
have had several myself, but here I am, you see. ... 'I was an out-and-out 'Forty-
eight man ; was even arrested then ; but if there should come to be 'Seven- two or
|Then I'm supposed to cancel her lease on the shop. All because, according ... |
You won't be sorry, believe me. ... If you change your mind within the next forty-
eight hours, I'm staying at the Woodrose Inn.” “After forty-eight hours, you leave?”
Tom tried ... Tom watched him go, wishing once again that he'd simply decked
the bastard when he had the chance. Deirdre ... Chico pushed the roller across
the ceiling one more time, covering the final strip of dingy gray with white primer.