just beforeAnother director also born just before the turn of the century was John Harlow.
have justWe can buff them until they shine, or you can have just a natural erm base coat on just to give it a shine.
just haveYou just have to feel sorry for him.
just likeBut Hibs spoiled the party, just like Leicester City at Ayresome Park four years ago.
just sitI'll just sit down for a moment.’
just becauseAll the crew here think the Indians are fantastically primitive just because they don't have radios.
just got‘Hell, I've just got another parking fine.
only justI just, I've only just this minute written another
just belowThen, do you remember Chief Justice Mosley who lived just below us?
be justHistorians or philosophers would be just as good, provided they were not actually hostile to religion.
just howHowever, what does seem remarkable is just how little effort was made to pursue the thieves after the theft was discovered.
just tryFinally, just try to wrench your trolley to pieces.
just a little‘It's nothing, just a little cut, that's all.’
just makeSo he'd just make it
just doYeah, it just doesn't
rather than justIn the nervous nineties, when the Me generation has grown into the Us generation, we will be looking for Our Shop rather than just an emporium where they stock personal stereos by the thousand.
just twoAnd that had been just two years ago.
just aboveProduction from the PSC is currently just above 40,000 bopd (9,600 bopd net to LASMO).
just wantedI expect he just wanted to make us very ill.’
just a fewHis query concerns a 2-iron which his local pro reckoned might be worth more than just a few bob.