Likewise beautiful women have always been a law unto
In this savage world where there was no law the Big Bwana was law unto
himself and all who dwelt about him.
It was as if she had been made afresh out of new elements, and must perforce be permitted to live her own life, and be a law unto
herself without her eccentricities being reckoned to her for a crime.
There was not enough sea, though, to disturb even a dory's tackle, but the Carrie Pitman was a law unto
We have become law unto
ourselves even to the extent that we can throw rubbish in the nearest open drain because for every rule there is an exception.
Tanya Starling They are a law unto
themselves, and everyone lets them continue to get away with it.
"Cosmetic firms bringing in tighter controls to protect young people's mental health is a major step forward, but voluntary steps on their own mean mental health too often will still be left in the hands of providers operating as a law unto
themselves," he said.
Professor Stephen Powis, NHS national medical director, said: "Cosmetic firms bringing in tighter controls to protect young people's mental health is a major step forward, but voluntary steps on their own mean mental health too often will still be left in the hands of providers operating as a law unto
THE authorities seem oblivious to the shenanigans of school transport operators, who have become a law unto
Bailiffs have become a law unto
themselves as they know they can get away with breaking rules."
"What the DPP is saying is that he is the law unto
Gillian Guy, chief executive of Citizens Advice, said: "Too often bailiffs, and the firms they work for, are a law unto
"The problem is that the FA is a law unto
itself," said the director of football at Queens Park Rangers (left).
This is a company that seems to be a law unto
itself in the way it operates its business.