What we want is for men like Mr Fahy is to get some proper coppers back on the streets, enforce the laws we have and stop trying to foist
the responsibility for crimefighting on to everybody else.
16) For several subsequent years up to and including 1561 he refers to this escort boat as either a pinnace or a foist
, and in each case describes it as gaily decorated with many flags and pennons, and as having trumpets and drums in addition to the cannon fire.
That convocation was a closed, secret affair, in which the "Presidium," headed by Giscard d'Estaing, constructed the new governing system that they intend to foist
on Europeans--whether they want it or not.
didn't sparkle in two runs at Southwell earlier in the year, but ran a much more encouraging race last time at Beverley when getting into all sorts of trouble prior to finishing sixth to Cantina.
, another soft-ground performer, goes particularly well at Hamilton, and can gain his third win of the season in the Team Kier Apprentice Series Handicap (2.
Currently, many banks are prohibited from using a variety of highly desirable third party/non-core fee generating consumer and small business offerings because of the integration issues these vendors requirements foist
on an already overburdened IT staff.
Kelly (ECHO Letters, Dec 14) - you can have the Tesco regeneration they are trying to foist
on Kirkby as long as you take the Everton football stadium that goes with it.
It is an experiment that they want to try to foist
on this entire country.
Although we have no laws against hypocrisy, the question has arisen over whether Sarah Brady broke one of the laws she helped foist
on her fellow citizens.
PROPOSALS to withdraw driving licences in order to foist
ID cards on motorists should be another nail in the coffin of an expensive and unworkable idea.
Who would belie ve that our own Prime Minister would sign away our freedom in a new European Constitution and foist
his act of betrayal upon the British people?
THE architect, property developers, plus a few councillors , who are all so determined to foist
that monstrous carbuncle on an unwilling city, keep saying that the existing Three Graces in their time met with similar opposition from the people of Liverpool.
My view is we should not, under any circumstances allow the Labour government to foist
this ill thought-out venture upon us.
Two is already one too many and for Camelot to try to foist
another on us to bump up their profits is ludicrous.
But after trying to foist
the bill on taxpayers, on Mar.