The commission was belt-tightening and hoped that other providers would pick up the tab
for the two services, which help tens of thousands of people annually with counseling, referrals and more.
They'd find a way to pick up the tab
for those who didn't.
Jerry Avorn, a professor at Harvard Medical School, says that salesmen often couch their dinner invitations in flattering terms like "Come on--you're a busy guy and you've gotta eat anyway; I'll just pick up the tab
He said part of Northwest's grand plan for bankruptcy includes eliminating current pension plans for all Northwest employees with no penalty, dumping the plans on the Pension Benefit Guarantee Corporation and potentially forcing taxpayers to pick up the tab
I don't see why the city should pick up the tab
if individual council members sue,'' Wachs said.
AMS will pick up the tab
for pet sitting or kennel care if an owner has to travel unexpectedly - a 2-year-old policy that not only instills company loyalty but allows employees to focus more on work and less on domestic worries.