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Buckley's

Little to no chance of something. Of uncertain origin, it is either a reference to "Buckley's and none" (a pun from the former department store Buckley's & Nunn), or to the escapades of the escaped colonial convict William Buckley. Primarily heard in Australia. I'd say you have Buckley's of getting that loan approved.
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Today, in Buckley's telling, a self-perpetuating "New Class" of administrators and mandarins runs the country from perches of privilege in the academy and nonprofit sector, as well as the media, government, and much of the business world.
The "odyssey" (which often seems more of a straight-line projection of young Buckley's iron purpose than a storm-tossed and unpredictable voyage) begins with Dwight D.
Published in October 2016, the book delves into Buckley's thoughts on the famous of the famous, mostly those who were leaders in government, journalism, music and entertainment.
Ryan Robinson restored a little normality with 33 before becoming Buckley's third victim in an excellent 10 overs which yielded three for 25, Swaine reaching 103-6 in the 31st over.
Buckley's odds of matching all eight numbers on his ticket and also having a 10 multiplier were 1 in 23,011,460, Johnson said.
A few days later, as National Review prepared to reprint the column, Buckley's sister Priscilla proposed a playful cover banner: "Buckley for Mayor."
The search led police to Dawsholm Park, where Miss Buckley's handbag was found on Tuesday, and a property in the city's Dorchester Avenue, before the farm where the discovery was made.
Tuesday, April 14 Miss Buckley's handbag is discovered in Dawsholm Park, in the Kelvindale area of Glasgow early in the afternoon.
He tells RBR-TVBR: "The sale of Buckley's KSEQ(FM) will provide Lotus with parity as a dominant duopoly player in Fresno".
Buckley's Saints were also slated by Sean O'Connor in newspaper interviews on the morning of Friday's game.
He once encountered Henderson sharing a heart-to-heart with one of Buckley's favourite horses.
Perhaps in an attempt to assert power over the newspaper, China did not process Buckley's paperwork swiftly enough, allowing his previous accreditation to expire without issuing a new one.
Buckley's staggering literary productivity (about 35 nonfiction books plus another 20 novels), and his thrice-weekly syndicated newspaper column, helped educate a generation of conservatives.