Many teams return year after year to settle old scores
, meet old friends and make new ones.
Others say he just enjoys the attention and now uses his books to rewrite the history of his life and crimes to settle old scores
Janice urges Madge not to mary a man she's only known for five minutes and the Oracle's armwrestling match provides a chance to settle old scores
Yet working off the leads of informers -- some of them ex-Nazis out to settle old scores
There are so many old scores he feels need settled but there are many people who feel they need to settle old scores
with him, so maybe he'll just go abroad.
And it appeared that after a match between them that some of the ones involved in the fight came back to settle old scores
But a senior party source said: "There is no doubt he appears to have used his position as auditor to settle old scores
I'll probably find some important jobs to do, Like mowing the lawn or cleaning the loo,I appreciate how a people may cheer on its side, Struggling hard to recover its long lost pride, But let's be honest we're not going to war, Just through the vehicle of soccer hope to settle old scores
, The world may unite under a huge soccer banner, Into this temporary dream I must throw my spanner,Look around at the world and you must not forget, That at every turn the peace faces threat, For death and destruction are waiting in the wings, While in Japan and Korea the football fans sing.
On the one hand, the two villages seize on the dispute over the school to settle old scores
and restart an existing cycle of killing, and Aguang gives a bleak view of a society bent on self-destruction.
Pakistan's current Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was the man Musharraf ousted from power in his 1999 coup, and his lawyers have said the treason case is an attempt to settle old scores
through the courts.
WHEN even "nice" John Major explodes in fury at the mention of Rupert Murdoch's name and suggests a cross-party alliance to attack him, you realise in the final volume of Chris Mullin's diaries that it seems some MPs have been biding their time to settle old scores
with the newspaper tycoon.
One Brit claimed that Aldhouse, nicknamed the Pitbull because of his aggressive fighting style, could settle old scores