So you'll have to argue the toss
with whoever turned you down if you think you've been treated unfairly.
So, you'll have to argue the toss
with whoever turned you down, if you think you've been treated unfairly.
It's essentially a live soap opera as politicians argue the toss
over 'red lines', all, of course, at considerable length and at the taxpayers' expense.
4 Decide your priorities when it comes to the financial settlement and matters relating to the children, and make an active decision that if it's an issue you don't really care about, you're not going to argue the toss
It is the EU that is insisting that this must happen and, if that is the case, then let the EU erect a hard border and argue the toss
with the Irish Republic.
Argue the toss
all you want but Scotland's unlikely Lazarus act from their shambolic Nations League horror show in Tel Aviv arrived by default.
He continued to argue the toss
with the official who eventually awarded a penalty point against the Australian during the changeover when he trailed 2-5, meaning he began the eighth game already 0-15 behind.
It's nothing personal and the devil has a point but to actually argue the toss
these days is akin to opening the gates of social media hell.
Manchester City argue the toss
with referee Cueneyt Cakir after Fernandinho (right) was shown the red card.
Mark said: "The reason is, he used to ring the radio stations on anything to do with Newcastle and argue the toss
. Every time he'd say he was the man from Del Monte."
"Order, don't argue the toss
with the chair Mr Mulholland.
You can argue the toss
about political issues until the cows come home, but the important thing for us expats is the right to vote.
Alan Barton, Harrogate IC SAYS: I reckon just about everyone is sick of seeing prima donnas argue the toss
on EVERY decision refs make.
PEOPLE will argue the toss
about Camelot's St Leger for years to come but most will probably agree it was a chance worth taking since the context was not simply the prospect of a first Triple Crown winner since Nijinsky, but an unprecedented nap hand of British Classics for his stable.
But after that we can - and no doubt will - all argue the toss
to our hearts' content.