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A Bit of a Shake-Up ~~ Nick Berry. Nick Berry's tongue-in-cheek divine comedy is certainly more readable and enjoyable than The Satanic Verses! The ancient Greeks would have approved the apocalyptical themes and theatrical settings. The novel is a roller-coaster ride through heaven and hell-a refreshing change from the Dawkins Delusion, and provokes some interesting questions into the reality of divine existence. The foundations of the place up there and the one below are shaken. The unthinkable is at hand. Find out what really might have started the worst chaos since the Second World War. Full Synopsis.
Nick Berry is a former civil servant and Probation Service Officer, and has knocked around United Kingdom courts system for many years. He is divorced, with three sons and he reads widely, enjoying music, art and sculpture. Are You an Author? Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography.
Nick Berry’s most popular book is The Little Black Book of Fitness Business Success. A Bit of a Shake-Up by. Nick Berry.
A Book of Vagaries by James K Paulding of 1868: The roistering barbecue fellow swore he was equal to any man you could shake a stick at. Only guesses as to the etymology for the phrase: Maybe it's Native American? . Some early quotes that might shed a little bit of light. 1833) There are more rules than you could shake a stick at before your arm would ache (1833). more reputations slaughtered than their devils 'could shake a stick at' in twenty-four hours. This meaning could conceivably be related to shake a stick at meaning "to threaten with a stick," which is attested at least as far back as the 1700's. One longer quote from 1833
They have two grown-up daughters, Laura, 30 and Aimee, 28, and live in Hampshire and made a bar in their own home. When my daughters gave me a book about cocktail-making for Christmas a couple of years ago, they had no idea what they had started. That New Year’s Eve we all made colourful cocktails and sipped our way through the evening. Paula Gibson, pictured in her home in Hampshire, kept her bar a secret until it was finished, then invited friends around for drinks in June. As they entered, there were gasps of surprise and admiration. I think home cocktail bars once had a bit of a ‘corporate wife’ association, but thankfully times have changed - that’s not my image. I bought all the trimmings for our bar, including a cocktail shaker, stirrers and glasses.
Every Loser Wins" is a 1986 song performed by English actor and singer Nick Berry. Written and produced by Simon May, Stewart James and Bradley James, the song was heavily featured in the BBC soap opera EastEnders throughout the summer of 1986, sung by Berry's character Simon "Wicksy" Wicks. When released as a single, "Every Loser Wins" became a success, spending three weeks at number one on the UK Singles Chart in October and November 1986.