be using until 2013--and it's not the one that raised eyebrows
But Bishop Wiesner has certainly raised eyebrows
here with the suggestion that women's ordination is, or should be, an open question.
SEXUAL EXPRESSION IS ONE OF THOSE topics that tends to elicit raised eyebrows
in some, wide-eyed titillation in many, and certainly interest from most.
The timing of the announcement has also raised eyebrows
Long before the current craze of metal objects piercing ears, noses, tongues, navels, and even more adventurous parts of the anatomy, prior to the long hair, love beads, and peace signs of 1960s hippiehood, the Beat Generation raised eyebrows
in the 1950s.
Ms Porter, a co-presenter of children's shows Fully Booked and How II, raised eyebrows
when she posed naked for men's magazine GQ last year but she has never looked back.
Meanwhile in California, another Religious Right group, the Traditional Values Coalition, raised eyebrows
when it sent a questionnaire to state appellate judges, who are elected to office, asking if they have ever belonged to the American Civil Liberties Union or the National Organization for Women.
The platinum SUV raised eyebrows
when James got the ride as an 18th birthday present from his mother before LeBron joined the NBA.
The 21-year-old (left) raised eyebrows
at Carrington by demanding to break an unwritten rule banning tracksuit bottoms in training, explaining that it was so cold in Norway that he was allowed to wear two hats and two sets of trakkie bums.
THERE were a few raised eyebrows
when a farmer forked out pounds 231,000 for the uncastrated ram Deveronvale Perfection.
The Hyde Hitman raised eyebrows
by hiring Mayweather's father - Floyd Mayweather Snr - as his trainer as he prepares to take on IBF light-welterweight champion Paulie Malignaggi on November 22.
THERE were plenty of raised eyebrows
when Edwin van der Sar pipped Petr Cech for the keeper's jersey in the PFA Premiership team of the year.