Don''t play down
by the railway, we must get this message home.
Higgins so anxious to play down
the Pope's September 8 address in his article for the anti-family, pro-abortion, pro-same-sex Globe and Mail?
You are trying to play down
the wrongs done by Africans like Taylor by focusing on the part played by the Western world.
Richard House, director of play Down
Dog said: "We went down to London to do some rehearsals because the play is set there.
It is indeed unfortunate that when issues like this come to our attention, the corporate community's first inclination, often with the backing of pro-business politicians and pundits, is to play down
the dangers or whine about the costs involved--as if people's health were not the first priority.
Political efforts to break the impasse over IRA disarmament, British de-militarisation and policing reform have been intensifying in recent weeks, although officials have been careful to play down
the prospects of any early breakthrough.
He demonstrates his devotion to this idealism through his virtuoso handicraft--a careful, delicate gluing down and subsequent decorating of his favored felt and string--which seems only the slightest touch ironic; his frank portrayals that neither play up nor play down
the relationships among his subjects; and the simple pleasantness of his images, down no the last warm and fuzzy detail.
A spokesman at independent Birkdale School, Sheffield, said : "It is typical of him to play down