Nervous executives have flooded the Over-the-Hill
club to learn how to shoot, Mr Laredo says.
The Light Department will promote an energy basket, and the Council on Aging will offer an over-the-hill
All you get is an over-the-hill
soccer player who has a loyal and adoring following of young women.
Gavin and Stacey will be produced by Steve Coogan who appeared alongside Ruth in the recent comedy Saxondale, about an over-the-hill
roadie who cannot forget his 1970s heydays.
Don't worry, though, we will have plenty to spend on a couple of over-the-hill
lumbering journeymen donkeys, with no connection or passion for the club whatsoever Euell, Sheringham, Goater, Ormondroid, form an orderly queue
Fabulous fuchsias, pelargoniums, coreopsis, dahlias and verbena can take the place of over-the-hill
spring bedding and all those nice little things you bought around May that never did quite make it.
The Brit, catapulted from obscurity to Vegas headliner simply by smacking another over-the-hill
competitor Mike Tyson, converted from Christianity to Islam in 1999.
Something is radically wrong at Edgbaston when even over-the-hill
crocks don't want to play for the Bears.
McLeish is a firm fan of Rae, who started his career at Falkirk, and took a swipe at those who have accused him of putting together a Dads Army of over-the-hill
Rather than rely on the crew of mysterious over-the-hill
dudes who usually pick the winners, the Boost contest had these little remote-control devices that the skaters could pick up and use to vote with after each heat.
But ironically, the best show all evening was put on by a group of over-the-hill
men, members of Medea Sirkas, who have been performing together for more than twenty years.
Then there's Patti Smith, the over-the-hill
punk poetess who once wowed Madison Square Garden audiences with songs about adolescent alienation and all-night sex.