"It was one of those red-letter days
, but there was a lot of luck involved," says Bromley.
It was a red-letter day
for one Fort Bragg soldier the day he got his prosthetic leg.
September 20th must have been a red-letter day
for the muckrakers.
It was more of a red-letter day
for the passengers than the priests, since the Vatican probably hadn't seen quite so many homosexuals in its halls since, oh, the day before, or the day before that.
December 18 is a red-letter day
. That is when members of the Electoral College cast their votes for President and Vice President of the U.S.
July 23, 1983, was - as I wrote in this space at the time - a red-letter day
in the annals of organized (or disorganized) athletics.
COUNTDOWN star Rachel Riley is lost for words as her 1,000th appearance on the Channel 4 TV show turns into a red-letter day
IT WAS a red-letter day
for fledgling trainer Will Kinsey at Sedgefield as his first two runners as a trainer both won.
DAVID PIPE enjoyed a red-letter day
in his short training career and evoked memories of his father Martin's heyday as he dominated the action at Cheltenham.