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- Two other old stagers spent New Year's Eve catching up.
- The four old stagers possess the energy of many men a third of their age and they all share the same tight, wiry physiques.
- It is the old stagers, the biggest elephants grumbling away, barging around at the back of the herd, who can tear up the biggest trees of all.
- McKechin did indeed rub shoulders with a number of old stagers on Wednesday night.
- After 36 years, three hoary old stagers have finally kissed and made up.
- The Tory old stager who would be Prime Minister remains oddly elusive, a Conservative chameleon to the last.
- Malmaison seemed the proper sort of place for an old stager like this.
- Now it is over, it would be no surprise to Giggs if his fellow old stager turned a trickle to a flood.
- That old stager Reader's Digest did well, rising 6.2% over the year to 350, 471 copies.
- I refer, of course, to the old stager himself: Tarzan, formerly the biggest beast in the Tory jungle.
- And once again the rag tag bunch of old blokes and kids come up with a win at cricket and the dads get all worked up and start buying the old stagers a few beers.
- It's hard to say which of the two old stagers leading the nation's major parties will benefit from it but there's been a real far-out retro 70s feel to the past few weeks of political discussion.
- Many of the air crews were from the Royal Canadian Air Force and old stagers in Northallerton still refer to the Friarage as the ‘Canadian hospital’.
- Such was his confidence that the old stager seemingly wanted more, even though a nice board lunch approached.
- And even though South Africa 2003 looms as their swansong, it's not unreasonable to expect that the old stagers might just dust off their match-winning routines one more time.
- I would appeal to all the old stagers here to lead by example and try keep the game as clean as we are accustomed to.
- It's not just a bunch of old stagers chuntering away, talking gibberish about silly points and fine legs, and eating cake (though it is unashamedly all of these).
- Martin's new manager, Levein, is delighted at the job Martin and his fellow old stagers are doing at Central Park.
- We had a good mix of old stagers and young guns with nothing much in between, but the promising aspect is that there is some great talent coming through.
- There's a degree of argument even over whether the old stagers - Crowley and co - were actually getting anything productive done…