Although the drive was never going to produce any significant results anyway, it managed to earn the support of both the PTI and the PPP strange bedfellows
They say politics makes strange bedfellows
, and the mass shooting at a homosexual nightclub in Orlando, Florida, could prove that to be true.
Unfortunately, it would seem that common sense and Police Scotland make strange bedfellows
Comedian Dom Joly tweeted this pic as he watched the big game with Gianfranco Zola, Jamie Theakston, James Nesbitt and Darren Clarke.
There are two pairs of candidates most of us would want to call strange bedfellows
for dancing in the same hall of politics as four candidates for president and vice president.
It also adds credence to the contention that politics makes strange bedfellows
Native and programmatic are still getting close to each other, in spite of being viewed as strange bedfellows
4121 through Speaker Robert DeLeo's committee makes for strange bedfellows
Canada and Latvia may sound like strange bedfellows
, but both offer British visitors good value for money.
10cc and Status Quo might seem strange bedfellows
but they were quite complementary.
Today in strange bedfellows
, Tzipi Livni, who fought tooth and nail with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the Israeli premiership in 2009 and criticized him frequently ever since, has announced that she (and her six-seat Hatnua party) will be joining Bibi's coalition and is the first party to do so.
According to the report, the speed with which the US government moved to designate a fairly new group that is engaged in fighting a regime that successive administrations have demonized is evidence of the strange bedfellows
and overlapping agendas that make the Syrian civil war so explosive.
The mish-mash of candidates from different parties on the administration slate makes for strange bedfellows
Food, sex and intellectual property make strange bedfellows
in "My Secret Partner," an erotic comedy in which a budding screenwriter and sous-chef provide carnal and creative stimuli for their respective older mentors.
This announcement was made on World AIDS Day (1 December 2011) by the British International Development Minister, Stephen O'Brian, at a plenary session on "Family Planning and HIV: Strange Bedfellows
No More" at the on-going second international conference on Family Planning in Dakar.