You will do much better to open the window and let down
some bread, a chicken and a bottle of wine to your friend Planchet, who has been this last hour killing himself clapping his hands.
Disko did something to the wheel that checked the schooner's way, while Manuel, with Harvey to help (and a proud boy was Harvey), let down
the jib in a lump on the boom.
Five times since I came here has the stone been lifted, but always to let down
more, and never to take away.
In less than five minutes they had thus revealed to me their characters, and in less than five minutes I had buckled on a breast-plate of steely indifference, and let down
a visor of impassible austerity.
Shearer returns and vows: I can't let down
the fans By JEREMY ARMSTRONG and SIMON BIRD NEWCASTLE fans are praying they've found their own Angel of the North as Alan Shearer officially took over as manager at 10pm last night.
They do feel let down
by the constant attacks on someone who works hard to make the world better.
I feel that Leinster Council let down
Kildare badly in 2006," O'Neill writes in her annual report.
Just ask Joe Canning and countless others who have felt let down
and isolated by the lack of action taken towards indiscipline on our own GAA pitches throughout the country.
ROB ANDREW, England's caretaker boss, has warned players will be kicked out of the Elite Squad if found to have let down
And it is in the kitchens that patients have been most seriously let down
This play has been an extraordinary journey for me, in the role, because the role actually touches on very, very deep emotions of envy, greed - there's lust, there's all those (things), there's religion, there's being let down
Unfortu nately, as is evident from the death of Fleur, there are rare occasions when a person is badly let down