Brazil's Byzantine tax structure takes the cake
, though, necessitating 2,800 hours each year of paper pushing and calculator punching.
TAKES THE CAKE
MoZella remembers getting a Bundt cake for Christmas when she was 12.
The poems are lovely, the poetic essays are sometimes vivid and painful, but the bonus selection, 'Celestial Faire, A Multi Media Extravaganza Featuring Welkin Dancers, Musicians, the Poet, Airaina, Animal Shindigs, and the Master of the Universe,' definitely, totally takes the cake
The article by Robert Blair Kaiser that surmises that Hans Kung could conceivably have become the pope takes the cake
In terms of aircraft, the streamlined, high-performance F-16 really takes the cake
(notwithstanding the inevitable attempts, throughout the years, at gold-plating the initially minimalist design).
You've seen universal remotes before--but Logitech's Harmony 880 Advanced Universal Remote ($250) takes the cake
I never thought anything would surpass Wimbledon a couple of years ago but this one takes the cake
- this was awesome,'' said Sampras.
But a June 20, 2002, American Forces Press Service story on the project titled "DOD Research Project Necessary Adjunct to War on Terror" takes the cake
When it comes to the best in all natural ice cream, Ben & Jerry's takes the cake
HE'S MINE: Chloe; CRUMBS: Danny takes the cake
on his 8th birthday; BIG TIME: Danny Foster as he is now; FIR CHANCE: Young Danny under Christmas tree
It keeps cropping up in the news--tea takes the cake