The first type centres around ‘can't-make-a-living-from-it’ ventures as struggling novelists wrestle with metaphors in the small hours.
82 mins: Ricketts hits a shot over after beating Ehiogu comprehensively in a race and a wrestle to make the most of Farrelly's inviting through ball.
a lifelong wrestle with depression
One particularly drunken night they even had a wrestle .
Unlike the other chapters, in which we watch the class wrestle with the essay assignment, in this chapter we consider one student writer at a time.
She clasped the revolver tightly and looked in the direction where the wrestle for the sniper's gun continued between Alex and the captain.
Also we should note that some English translations wrestle with the difficulty of this verse by adding a footnote.
His much more youthful servants had to wrestle him to the ground to restrain him.
If that is the piece's only real flaw, however, encourage the writer to resubmit it after a good wrestle with indecision.
Of course, he has given himself some time to have a wrestle with his political conscience before the big day when he joins the party.