"But the timing just wasn't right for us, so we said, `Steve, take a raincheck
One procedure used by retailers to pacify customers when an advertised item is out-of-stock is to issue a raincheck
, guaranteeing the disappointed customer the advertised price when the item again is in stock.
But back to the phone call, which was enough to make Zoe take a raincheck
on her planned move to America.
Twice winner of the Champion Hurdle and rated one of the best hurdlers ever, the plain brown son of Raincheck
and Pongo's Fancy was a great public favourite owing to his brilliance and race tactics that accentuated the drama of his habitual, irrepressible late surge to the line.
Taking a raincheck
from his Cardiff Bay TV studio, Owen says: "We did this concert in west Wales and south Wales and they could have sold them three times over.
His girlfriend had a huge diamond ring, but I just thought, `You're sleeping with him because of that ring ( you really need a raincheck
And secondly, he should take a quick raincheck
on how Gerard Houllier and Phil Thompson respond to public moaning.
The audience at the London Film Festival booed throughout his message and got louder when he joked about the British weather, saying he would need 'to take a raincheck
But she had to take a raincheck
at the last minute - rescheduling their dinner date for the eve of his birthday.
These Dreams of You and Raincheck
are Van at his concert best.
The organisers are also bravely sticking with the Stella Artois Raincheck
system which offers a full money-back refund to ticket-holders if less than two hours of play is possible during the day.
IF you're worried about going camping in Britain because of the weather, try British Holidays'' raincheck