You'll have 20 kids at the back, 10 pensioner shopping trolleys at the front that have been keeping warm all day instead of going home and standing room only while paying top dollar
Paying top dollar
for gas we already own and allowing the company selling it to pay no tax has to be the ultimate Irish joke.
Cardiff are paying top dollar
and ending up with nothing.
That is the case now--many people have nostalgic feelings for the Twinkie, which was invented in 1930, and they are seeing news coverage of the shuttered production lines as well as features about people paying top dollar
for the product on eBay.
HEARTS say any players leaving Tynecastle this close season will only be allowed to go if the buying club are paying top dollar
On a limited budget and denied the drawing power of paying top dollar
wages, Moyes has transformed Everton.
It is hard to imagine quite how many people in Dubai or Singapore would be interested in paying top dollar
to see Everton grind out a hard-fought and scrappy victory against Reading.
In my experience, local government reorganisations invariably lead to a swathe of 50-year-olds taking early retirement on full or near full index-linked pensions - this leaves the taxpayer with the dubious honour of paying top dollar
for people to do nothing.
It does mean paying top dollar
to high-flying executives with the skill and experience to see the big, strategic picture.
Your paper revealed last week we are paying top dollar
while the rest of the world doesn't.
Moreover, a study recently completed by the New York State Financial Control Board found that investors are paying top dollar
for properties that are not likely to offer a top performance.
Patients suffer as they wait for bureaucratic HMOs to approve critical treatments, paying top dollar
on their insurance premiums all the while.
Brewing on the premises is a tough formula in New York when you're paying top dollar
for real estate," says Jon Bloostein, Heartland's founder and chief executive officer.
Hence, Ford was paying top dollar
for a commodity it didn't need in those volumes.
The IRS is under tremendous pressure to gain systems compliance: its Y2K architect recently left; Congress wants to overhaul all of its systems; the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 put the Service further behind last year; and the private sector is paying top dollar
for programming talent.