John Woodcock said they bore "only superficial modifications to the approach that consigned
us to one of the worst defeats".
MP John Woodcock claimed Andy Burnham and Yvette Cooper were offering "superficial modifications to the approach that consigned
us to one of the worst defeats in our history".
The colt is one of 29 lots consigned
by Ecurie des Monceaux, who sold a Galileo filly out of Chicquita's dam Prudenzia for €1,000,000 to MV Magnier at last year's sale.
Around 100 lots of antique weaponry have already been consigned
to the sale.
After hearing the three pitches, the audience were asked to vote one piece of legislation into Room 101, and narrowly opted to consign
thousands of pages of tax code legislation to history.
"Yes, I took the money from him to allow him to consign
the excess luggage on the flight ...
Summary: Peter Robinson: Collapsing power-sharing and returning to direct rule from London would consign
unionists to second class citizenship.
Warren, The ABCs of the New UCC: How to Consign
Under Revised Article 9, BENCH & B.
2 : to put (something) in a place to store it or get rid of it <She consigned
her old shoes to the back of a closet.>
In an age of junk mail when letters are consigned
to the bin, why not take a little time to read this letter and consign
it to your memory and your future conduct?
WATSON thinks we should consign
the fuss over the massive Holyrood overspending to history (Mail Box, September 12).
"I don't think there's a dealer out there that doesn't consign
rugs -- it's a reality of business today that retailers rely on the financing of their inventories by wholesalers," said Bill Ward, chief executive officer of Obeetee Inc., which has increased its consignments to between 20 percent and 25 percent of its business.