“• Definitely more fun at the super, soaraway Sun, even for those who are leaving.”
“But don't expect to see the answers in the super soaraway Sun.”
“After the soaraway success of Sky Atlantic, which took all the good American drama you used to be able to watch on terrestrial and stashed it in one handy subscription only channel, BSkyB announces plans for a sister service.”
“An interest rate rise usually cools the economy and cools inflation by reducing lending, demand and soaraway growth.....”
“The last time the World Cup was held in Brazil, back in 1950, your super soaraway Manchester Guardian squirrelled away its report of what was effectively the final – that famous game between the hosts and their victors Uruguay, still the single most dramatic event in the entire history of the sport – at the bottom of page five, column seven.”
“No immediate plans to bring you a soaraway Sunday from the humble empire.”
“New entrants have a shrinking sales pool to swim in – and News International can't launch a bragging, soaraway Sun on Sunday without looking crass and cynical.”
“The soaraway numbers of Mail Online show that free access to everything doesn't automatically bring big advertising dividends.”
“Still, Paul and his super soaraway ideas live to fight on other days.”
“Oddity number one features Mr Richard Desmond's supposedly soaraway Star, sold at a teeth-clenching 20p to make a 45p Mirror sweat.”
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