In the late 20th century the devil is having a field day.
Create a field day in which kids participate in a variety of fun activities.
Have a field day and have classes compete against each other.
The Canadian press had a field day with the story, and everyone was talking about the band.
The competitors were having a field day and employe morale was low and getting lower.
nondescript pub pretending to have a field day?
tabloid press has had a field day on the growing scandal.
The drama of the Peter Mandelson affair had the nation transfixed for days, and the national tabloids had a field day.
The UK 's tabloid press has had a field day on the growing scandal.
Solid perfumes take me back to my childhood, when I'd dig through my mother's fragrance stash from the 1970s and '80s and have a field day.
The tabloids had a field day after the death of Jolie's mother, Marcheline Bertrand, in January 2007.
When Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt began dating the paparazzi had a field day.
Fans, coming out in droves to watch their idols perform live, would have had a field day scouring gossip Web sites for virtual minute-by-minute coverage of their favorite stars.
The studio audience didn't react, and neither did Regis Philbin or Kelly Ripa, but the press had a field day with this woman who usually seems so perfect making an obvious faux pas.
As when any celebrity gets a new 'do, the tabloids and gossip blogs had a field day over Katie's new bob hair style back in June 2007.
Of course, a soap opera being the imaginative, dramatic and fun-filled playground that it is, it's only fitting that the writers would have a field day penning scripts rife with drama, intrigue and the occasional bout of happiness.
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