Don't you think it would be nice
to wake up at sunrise and swoop down over the water and away out over that lovely blue all day; and then at night to fly back to one's nest?
In no time you'll be a staid, middle-aged matron, and I shall be nice, old maid Aunt Anne, coming to visit you on vacations.
"'Cause I don't think it would be nice to talk to God before strangers, Anne.
He wondered whether he would not plan a pleasant day for these folk before they left-- some expedition, perhaps, with Lucy well chaperoned to be nice
His son was at Cambridge, he'd sent him to Rugby, fine school Rugby, nice class of boys there, in a couple of years his son would be articled, that would be nice
for Philip, he'd like his son, thorough sportsman.
Every other area of Cardiff has a national supermarket in their midst except us and it would be nice
if the council addressed this matter on this side of the river before hundreds more people move into the area.
We always try to be nice to people, especially people in power.
"I thought you were an ethical organization that tried to be nice to people.
"It will be nice
if we can stay in the top half of the table and we are doing that at the present moment in time.
I think I can do that and it would be nice
to do that on Wednesday.
``I pulled off one career shot at 17 with my five iron and luckily I am still here, which will be nice
. I can't turn it around to win but twill be nice
to have a good weekend and have a decent finish.'' Faldo is close to becoming a father again as his wife Fiona is due to give birth any day,and he cheerfully admit-ted: ``The positive thing is that I am still here,46, still smiling,baby on the way,'' he said.
"It would be nice
to remove any last traces of cyclic agrarian farmer; you know, that sort of prison of verse, chorus, verse, chorus, bridge, verse, chorus."