Facebook isn't some altruistic firm that just happened to overstep the line
in its endeavour to do good; it is a habitual offender.
While the banner was folded up, there was a brief glimpse of most of the words of the provocative sentence: 'Immigrants don't overstep the line
PETER Chapman isn't the first of Ruth Davidson's Tory colleagues to overstep the line
But Mr Cox added: "At the root [of rumours] was a sense, which is fair, that I could overstep the line
But he said: "At the root was a sense, which is fair, that I could overstep the line
If we did overstep the line
, the match referee and the on field umpires and the ICC are there to adjudicate that," Bird added.
Only when you overstep the line
, and have made a hash of things, it jumps in to save your bacon.
"No activities of either side shall overstep the Line
of Actual Control," the 1996 agreement stated.
"Insurers and reinsurers are very anxious to ensure they don't overstep the line
Hussey said Warne did overstep the line
during the Melbourne derby, but added it just shows his will to achieve success for his team.
Everybody across the world knows beyond any doubt that Washington has the tradition of mobilising its huge financial, intelligence, logistic and military resources and facilities to remove maverick heads of state or leaders, who overstep the line
and make sure that Washington can't stick its nose into their internal affairs.
"That's what we've tried to do here - get really involved in the match, but not overstep the line
Heated exchanges are part and parcel of political life, but it is imperative that our representatives do not overstep the line
It is young men like you who overstep the line
who are to blame." Rumours spread about goings-on in the unusual household last year.
Political parties in Iraq, since the downfall of the former regime, have tended to overstep the line
when it comes to following certain basic tenets of political democracy.