They don't mind squeezing into packed buses, and they are ready to risk their necks
sitting on jeepney rooftops together with crops, chickens and goats to reach their destination.
They are not going to risk their necks
. Even though there was a number of displays cancelled, there was still a few that did take to the skies.
It is something of a confounded cheek to expect members of the public to risk their necks
in doing something a trained police officer should do.
He once rode in a point-to-point and has now a great admiration for those riders amateur and professional who risk their necks
everytime they sit on a horse.
With the money they pay, why should they risk their necks
to get to the ground then sit there frozen solid in their seats to watch a farce of a game?
Is it hypocritical to say you love horses, and yet shout and holler encouragement when you make them risk their necks
for your money and excitement?
90 per cent of drivers and passengers risk their necks
by not adjusting their head restraint every time they get in a vehicle
The trials, in which mice were offered various essences, disproved the traditional view that rodents are most likely to risk their necks
for a piece of cheese.
As their situation becomes increasingly `life or death', the dudes risk their necks
in a series of wild stunts, but don't exactly do much to endear themselves to their audience.
They didn't see why they should risk their necks
just to save Tyson a few bob in taxes."
They risk their necks
in crazy stunts and the bikers even carry football corner flags as lances.
He said he was beginning to believe the information was false and claimed the IRA had not been prepared to "risk their necks
" by giving the right locations.
"But I think it is going to come out that the IRA are not prepared to risk their necks
and did not give them accurate information.
Football trainers and team doctors know that players literally risk their necks
on the field.
It's another to pay them to risk their necks