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what's hot in the shops The Scottish Country House by James Knox & James Fennell, PS28, published by Thames & Hudson Less about delusions of grandeur and more about illusions of grandeur, this wonderful book pays homage to a unique group of Scottish houses and castles that have transcended time and are still in the hands of their original families.
I'm reliably informed that rather than pandering to Kitty's misguided delusions of grandeur she was promptly shuffled to the back row by staff.
WORLD BOG SNORKELLING CHAMPIONSHIPS, LLANWRTYD WELLS (AUGU UST) from all peat [bar] NO, that's not delusions of grandeur, people really do come f over the globe to take part in this competition on the dense bogs of small-town Powys.
Byline: ANI London, Oct 18 (ANI): The man, who was accused of punching former X Factor winner Leona Lewis at a book signing, is suffering from paranoia and delusions of grandeur, it has emerged.
Ball of Crosby has delusions of grandeur regarding his home town in describing Bootle people as "the likes of them".
I think the voters who supported the idea of a parish council suffered an onset of collective delusions of grandeur if they thought it would have any real power or influence.
Perhaps if our AMs put aside their delusions of grandeur the people of Wales might be more inclined to entrust them with more powers.
Paramecium Messiah Gesticulation" by Antler: A paramecium gesticulating as a cosmic prophet/in a drop of pondwater/warns other paramecia to beware/of delusions of grandeur.