It would probably be cheaper, and safer, to buy off
rogue dictators at, say, $1 billion each - and maybe a house in Malibu.
One SigAlert on the freeway, one idiot cutting you off the road, one cretin in your face or one night at the movies with the couple behind you yapping away, and you can almost buy off
on those temporary-insanity pleas that are so popular with mass murderers these days.
A Greek court convicted Thomas Rogers, 25, of Alloway, Ayr, of carrying out a sex attack on the woman, but allowed him to buy off
the rest of his sentence.
When asked what real witches wear, Lady Brenda Matarazzo, high priestess of the Grove of the Green Cobra, Temple of Wicca (it's the Anglo-Saxon word for witch) and Druidism in Riverside County, laughed and said today's witches buy off
BRITAIN and America will offer to buy off
Russia's support for military action against Iraq, Tony Blair admitted last night.
These aren't boots that you just buy off
This class limits performance modifications to the vehicle making it more representative of what you can buy off
the showroom floor.
So Leicester will have to buy off
Collymore, whose bust-up with young team-mate Trevor Benjamin during a reserve game last week was the final straw for fed-up Taylor.
A couple of observations from the inappropriate-casting department: Why is the only African-American in the movie a guy who doesn't pay his bills and lies to his wife, and the only Texan a loudmouth aquarium owner who tries to buy off
Now Mr Blair is prepared to buy off
an embarrassing rebellion by letting MPs vote with their consciences on the issue rather than follow the Government's line.
Education Secretary David Blunkett failed to buy off
the rebellion with a pounds 143million package to help mature students, the disabled and people from poor families.
POP stars last night led the fight against a pounds 143million package designed to buy off
a Labour rebellion on student charges.