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1 She was wearing wool slacks and a paisley smock.
2 The shirts were printed with a paisley pattern.
3 My sister loves paisley.
4 Paisley claims to speak for the majority of local people.
5 Paisley and Major Ronald Bunting announced a counter-demonstration.
6 The thin paisley eiderdown feels damp to the touch.
7 Ian Paisley,(www.Sentencedict.com) is one of the most hard-line Unionists.
8 Paisley had Craig expelled from the unionist coalition.
9 Although Paisley is small, there is plenty to do within walking distance of the inn for outdoors enthusiasts.
10 In 1957, Paisley and Wylie were charged with causing a disturbance in Donaghadee by preaching through a loud hailer.
11 Paisley about faced and led the parade around the block so that it now came upon Fisherwick Place from the west.
12 She'd explained to me the origin of the Paisley pattern.
13 Paisley was developing a distinctive political position which stressed the religious element in the conflict between nationalist and loyalist.
14 Paisley asserted that, had he wanted to destroy the Unionist Party, he would have fielded candidates in all the constituencies.
15 Paisley had broken with Kilfedder because he had not been sufficiently outspoken in his criticism of O'Neill.
16 After some discussion, Paisley, Wylie, and Foster decided to refuse to pay their fines and to go to gaol.
17 Lise Charmel paisley in linen and cotton with pleated satin inserts from the Sahara range.
18 An action group opposing the move for Paisley Grammar school has now been set up.
19 Beattie and Foster were fully involved with Paisley and Wylie in their protests and in electioneering.
20 In the 1950s, Paisley and Norman Porter led banned parades.
21 Jim McKechnie, a lecturer in social science at Paisley University, has just published a book on child employment in Britain.
22 He was elegantly dressed in a grey suit, blue shirt and paisley tie.
23 Robert is a keen footballer, playing for Stoddard's team in the Paisley and District five-a-side league.
24 Until they started drinking, I didn't have much of an impression of the Paisley students.
25 Does he recall that he replied that he did not consider those circumstances grim enough to undertake an economic initiative for Paisley?
26 His achievements include a finish for silk that feels like the skin of a peach, and the revival of paisley.
27 The total project cost was over ￡1.5 million - money well spent to secure the future of this important Paisley landmark.
28 Standing over her is an overweight middle-aged man in a pair of paisley boxer shorts.
29 Distinctly disappointing has been the negative posturing of the Unionist political establishment led by Trimble and Paisley.
30 Only one member of the House was in any way sympathetic to Ian Paisley.