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Then the house will be taken apart for the proverbial slow boat to China during the first week in May.
2 seconds the last time we raced," said Farren-Price, admitting the 3o nautical mile race was like being on the slow boat to China.
We knew that you were feeling sad and things were not quite right, your beautiful happy smiling face had slipped right out of sight, Our hearts were slowly breaking as you suffered more and more, Then Grandad told the Angels that you could take no more, so you and Grandad met again and on a journey you both went, on a slow boat to China then up to Heaven you were sent.
Why don't you take a slow boat to China, I am sure you won't hear any gaggling there.
Cllr Foster said: "We're not prepared to send our waste on the slow boat to China - for a whole lot of reasons.
When we left for Salisbury Plain, the Diehards were ordered to Hong Kong and we enjoyed requesting the band in the Nuffield Services Club to play Slow Boat to China when members of that regiment were present (little did we know that in a few months we would follow them).
Last night one of the workers facing the axe said: "I wonder how customers would feel if they knew that the 'Scottish' scampi on their plate has actually been to a slow boat to China and back again.
No, you don't have to book a slow boat to China - just visit Lothian Road in Edinburgh and walk into a world of exquisite food, fine wines and beautiful surroundings.