Mel Gibson is not half
the man Tim Dalton is," TMZ.
But not half
as hard as the questions his own parents should be asking themselves.
as shocked as those who have backed him to win it at prices as short as 1.
Described as a person whose ``glass is always full, not half
full,'' by his father, even Joseph admitted he had doubts about whether his playing career was over.
I do worry a little bit about telling people that nuts are good and that they should eat them," says Kris-Etherton, "because some people will buy a big can and not know that we're talking about an ounce at a time, not half
senator, complained that Jefferson delivered his inaugural address "in so low a voice that not half
of it was heard by any part of the crowded auditory.
The separation of English affairs from Westminster would be welcome, not half
baked regional assemblies, but a full English parliament.
Ted Cullinan is a British architectural institution: Royal Academician, founder of the first (of very few) architectural co-operatives, sometimes quirky innovator and not half
bad architect, his office web site is at www.
If you are Colombian and listen to our talk, at some point you start saying, 'Maybe the glass is not half
The face can tell when it's half past June, but not half
past noon--it shows time in months, seasons, and years and years and years.
In their role as myth-busters, White and Cones try to show that our glass is not half
empty, but almost two-thirds full.
Internet reporters axe not half
as much fun as you beer guys.