The books come in a bright blue backpack that also contains a box of washable markers and a throwaway flash camera.
So it was a throwaway remark by Clive that started it all off.
Such a throwaway jibe reputedly once caused Phelps to fall out with school friends for years; Parry, a big, bluff Liverpudlian, will laugh it off more easily.
It was just a throwaway remark, but perhaps my ignorance backs up the original point.
Sure, because this was a throwaway that would play downtown for 48 hours and that was it.
Instead of having to guess at references or wonder about non-sequitur throwaway lines and images, we would have the powers that be explaining them to us.
I don't have much more to say, other than that it was not something I expected to find in a throwaway paper under a table at the Duke of Gloucester at 1 on a Friday morning.
Forget ‘abracadabra’, today ‘obsolete’ is the magic word that can turn a throwaway into a collectible.
The biggest problem is that it is a very lightweight throwaway film that is likely to be picked over for years to come because of its supposed insights, and it will suffer for that.
On board, reduce your own amount of throwaway items, for example, use reusable plastic boxes for food instead of wrappings or baggies.