We, the ordinary people, have no bone to pick
Abeer went shopping this week at Dubai Mall with her friend and fellow artist Ferial when a woman approached them at the check out with a bone to pick
about their appearance.
Fedonos had another bone to pick
with the hoteliers, telling Sigma TV that some hotel owners are falsifying their guest numbers so as to appear to have accommodated fewer people, to get out of paying a higher guest tax to the municipality.
A New York City administrative law judge has a bone to pick
with the Big Apple.
Prima facie it looks like the work of someone who may have had a bone to pick
with the management of the building or some particular person.
The very vocal blonde lady clearly had a bone to pick
with the other persons present.
DESPITE the January chills the atmosphere inside St David's Hall was warm and convivial, as young and old awaited the arrival of an eccentric sextet of musicians who have a large bone to pick
with David Cameron and co.
If you liked that, how about: "A bone to pick
with coffee lovers" as a headline for a press re- lease?
If it doesn't show up, parliament will have a bone to pick
with them," he said.
I have a bone to pick
with the camera van: as a disabled family we use taxis quite a lot to go into town.
Her biggest bone to pick
will be that he didn't wait for her, for I know that she misses him greatly - though even now she would not wish life away.
However, some are viewing producer Joel Surnow, creator of 24 (for the conservative Fox TV network), as a staunch right winger with a bone to pick
CDATA[ The writer has a bone to pick
with the New York Times reporting on the Arab-Israel conflict.
But I do have a bone to pick
with Lord Mandelson, over his frequent claims that he will seek "assurances" from Kraft about the future of Cadbury.
ANGELA: I've got a bone to pick
with you Mr Wright?