elsewhere in the song, Kelly sings, “Showed her the Jesus piece now she got the Holy Ghost.”
Rumors about unmarried middle-aged people, regardless of profession or gender, are sadly as common there as elsewhere.
elsewhere in the song, Kelly compares himself to the cookie monster and cleverly sings “I love to lick the middle like an Oreo.”
It was a means of continuing the revolution by fostering it elsewhere.
Those people both in the [State] Department, and elsewhere, were quite upset that they were not properly consulted.
To hold him guilty, here or elsewhere, of malice or hypocrisy, is to misread his character.
"General Thomas has had news that we're driven in elsewhere," said Dick.
As elsewhere, the presidency was assigned to an alderman and twelve councillors.
Life is working here as elsewhere, for some sublime purpose.
He lectured, in 1811, at the Royal Institution and elsewhere.