CALL MY LIBRA LINE TO HEAR MORE 0904 470 0727 LET sleeping dogs lie
and don't push an already volatile matter in the workplace my friend.
McLeish told BBC Sport: "I would rather it's swept under the carpet now and I'd rather they just let sleeping dogs lie
According to Wright, in January 2001, his supervisor responded to his repeated efforts to open a criminal investigation by telling him: "I think it's just better to let sleeping dogs lie
I let sleeping dogs lie
to protest the indignities of living,
According to Charles Moskos, one of the authors of the policy, "The command hierarchy wants to let sleeping dogs lie
But the Nationalists might have done better to let sleeping dogs lie
and not let the truth get in the way of a good story.
Whether Ross likes it or not, some people were offended and he should let sleeping dogs lie
Asked whether he thought the club would make any official statement on the matter, Fell replied: "I have no idea - they might decide to let sleeping dogs lie
We met up at Haydock about four weeks ago, had a bite to eat, a drink and a chat and we thought we should let sleeping dogs lie
and move on.
Let sleeping dogs lie
, I say, otherwise our new Cardiff-centric country will see all seven wonders within a stone's throw of the Taff.
1 Black sheep 2 Fly the coop (chicken) 3 Play possum 4 Sitting duck 5 Lion's share 6 Go cold turkey 7 Have an albatross around one's neck 8 Play dog in the manger 9 Feather one's own nest (any bird) 10 Get someone's goat 11 Put on the dog 12 Red herring 13 In two shakes of a lamb's tail 14 One swallow does not a summer make 15 There is more than one way to skin a cat 16 Every dog has his day 17 Don't look a gift horse in the mouth 18 Curiosity killed the cat 19 It depends whose ox is gored 20 You can't teach an old dog new tricks 21 Let sleeping dogs lie
22 The leopard cannot change his spots 23 Don't count your chickens until they are hatched 24 The worm turns 25 Like a bull in a china shop
The command hierarchy wants to let sleeping dogs lie
," says Charles Moskos, a professor at Northwestern University.
There were only 32 teams in the European Cup back then and half of them were part time so it's time to let sleeping dogs lie
I'm sure she'd like to let sleeping dogs lie
as much as you.
Back in the present day, Catherine refuses to let sleeping dogs lie
and resolves to unearth what really happened all those years ago.