BAFTA bent the rules
for the show, leading with 14 nods.
One-quarter of employees have knowingly 'bent the rules
' when ling expenses claims, according to research by Webexpenses.
Reporting from Moscow, Julia Ioffe makes no attempt to sugarcoat Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the half-Jewish Russian oligarch laid low by two politicized trials, in her profile today in Tablet Magazine: The man undeniably bent the rules
, almost certainly broke some laws, and entirely possibly got blood on his hands on his road to becoming his country's richest man in the late 1990s.
Even if the family had bent the rules
- they hadn't - would this have been "criminal activity?" If I was a Poole resident I would want to know what this cost - several watchers would be needed, council vehicles must have been used, there would be admin costs.
So how can anyone say UEFA has bent the rules
in favour of the Reds?
But, in a pervading culture among the Prince's staff of accepting gifts and hospitality, Mr Fawcett bent the rules
, the report said.
Under pressure to keep the good times rolling, Rohr bent the rules
. And apparently the questionable practices were approved by PNC's auditor, Ernst & Young, and the company's lawyers.
Immigration consultant Jack Plancey said last night: "Jack Straw bent the rules
for Tyson, but he can't bend the rules all the time.
Yesterday, MoD insiders dismissed claims by the European Commission they had bent the rules
in order to give Govan and other British yards a chance of winning the pounds 300million roll-on, roll-off ferry order.
I suspect there have always been great dancers who bent the rules
of the ideal body type.
n Mr Fawcett, the prince's personal assistant, bent the rules
but was ``not guilty'' of financial impropriety.
The trio have set up their own club called the Gliding Nonagenarians to organise regular flights - but have bent the rules
to let 84-year-old Nell Skinner become a member.
Anti-rape groups were furious earlier this year when Home Secretary Jack Straw bent the rules
to admit the ex-convict for a bout in Manchester.
Senator Clune said: "Many banks bent the rules
in order to provide mortgages during the property bubble, "This was especially so in the case of buy-to-let properties whereby people were being given a second or third mortgage when they should not in actuality have qualified for those mortgages."
Amid reports of a potential takeover of Quinn Insurance Limited by Ireland's nationalised Anglo Irish Bank, the group dismissed claims it bent the rules
to suit its own interests.