Clearly, with the participation of other riders under serious doubt the Tour market was a bit of a sharkpool yesterday, but nobody was being forced to have a bet and it was a shame that Betfair saw fit
to hang out the suspended sign.
While some local departments never applied for funds, others did and then used the money as they saw fit
. In 1970, 37 percent of the LEAA funds had been used to pay for programs completely unrelated to crime.
No wonder that "gay" activists among OECTA's members saw fit
to enter a schoolbus from the Catholic School Board in Toronto's "Gay Pride Day" parade this year as a token of their commitment.
And yet the entire communion from Kigali to Sydney to Canterbury itself saw fit
to wade into the ensuing furor.
Appearing at the National Press Club prior to the president's speech, Karzai beguiled the cynical international press corps with his charm, intelligence, and "animal magnetism." Apart from The Idler's anonymous correspondent, none of the swooning scribes saw fit
to report a remark from Karzai that could be construed as a threat to the U.S.
And if recent--and current--officials saw fit
to keep the public in the dark about all this, what current horrors are they keeping under wraps?
The workers loudly interjected yeahs and boohs where they saw fit
. Moves like that made his opposition even more strident.
Since the debates revealed that he couldn't stretch his persona even when he had agreed to do so, it strikes me as unreasonable to argue that he should have changed when and as his staff saw fit
Even though 20-year-old Andrew was unarmed and his family say he posed no threat to anyone, Tony Gonzalez saw fit
to fire five bullets into his body in Silverton, Oregon.
TO WHOEVER saw fit
to put a brick through both the front and rear windscreens of my 17 year old daughter's car twice in one week.
The fact he saw fit
to place them in writing is equally contemptible.