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off (someone's) case

No longer nagging or urging someone to do something.
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The Balducci's Wine Event, featuring a Cotes du Rhone wine tasting and a 20% off case discount is on Saturday, April 4th from 2pm to 5pm at the Bethesda, Alexandria and McLean Balducci's locations.
SMRITI TO TAKE ON RAHUL IN AMETHI According to party leaders, Agarwal had been a petitioner in the Bofors pay- off case and had presented several evidence against Sonia before the Supreme Court.
Paradiso sauvignon Blanc 2009 (M&S, EUR14 off case of six until April 3) has more lime zestiness.
Earlier, I have won matches against top players but it used to be a one- off case.
This is not a one- off case but a usual practice in our schools in Kashmir, though we don't talk about it," Veeri said.
Though BLS officials refused to comment on the issue, Bhardwaj admitted it is a mistake on the part of the agent but insisted it is just a one off case.
The batting looks good and what happened in Jaipur was a one- off case of the batsmen failing to convert a good start.
ISLAMABAD, October 23, 2010 (Frontier Star): Governor State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) Shahid Kardar has convened meeting of heads of all the banks and financial institutions on Monday in pursuance of Supreme Court (SC) directives in connection with loans written off case.
The erotic poster of Jism 2 is not a one- off case for the Bhatts.
THE long- pending Bofors pay- off case against Italian businessman Ottavio Quattrocchi finally came to an end on Friday with a city court allowing the CBI's plea to withdraw the case against him.
officials, who have provided Afghanistan authorities with wiretapping technology and other assistance in efforts to crack down on endemic graft, blamed the Afghan prosecutors and investigators of having ordered to cross names off case files and prevent senior officials from arrest.