We had assumed we learned a certain style of FOOTBALL but the truth is we never did learn it and are paying the consequences
. "We need to work on the basics, the primary foundations of my FOOTBALL - and only then will we try to change things." Chelsea.
Under Trump's direction, America's arrogance is doing lasting damage to our planet and we are all paying the consequences
. This is not the will of the American people,"DeNiro said.
Every secret about everything he has done has finally come to light and he is paying the consequences
. Now, in the Monday, Aug.
And he is paying the consequences
and he must assume [the reaction to those statements].
"And today, we are still paying the consequences
, because it allowed them to become legitimized by the government."
"Everybody's not on the same planet nor of the same ambition to play, and when you don't have success either you end up paying the consequences
"Lots of people lost their money on it, the taxpayer was hammered by all of this and we've been paying the consequences
"Lots of people lost their money on it, the tax payer was hammered by all of this and we've been paying the consequences
It highlighted how young people can end up paying the consequences
of their bad decisions for years, including being forced to drop out of university, juggle multiple jobs and move back into the family home as a result.
I am pleased to see justice is done and that she is now paying the consequences
for her selfish act."
"Mel Gibson's ostracization in Hollywood was not a matter of being 'politically incorrect,' as Mr Oldman suggests, but of paying the consequences
for outing himself as a bigot and a hater.
They will look at them spending beyond their means to buy success and now paying the consequences
CASUALTY BBC1, 9.20pm It's business as usual on the wards of Holby this week, as the staff go about their daily tasks and ultimately wind up paying the consequences
for the odd poorly judged decision.
It all started with the Shoreline Apartments, for which tenants have been paying the consequences
of the non-payment of house owners.
The 1,200-word memo says that employees are right to feel anxious and angry, adding: "It's not your fault that the country faces such problems, and it's unfair that you are paying the consequences
of other people's actions.