She also had her whole life ahead of her, but, for the sake of some excitement, she rolled the dice
and paid with her life.
I rolled the dice
and got a six, on the first line I have no choice.
Peter Bainbridge, who runs the auction house that sold the blue and white porcelain piece covered in dragons, said: "It was a dice bowl used for games but you wouldn't have shaken it, you would have just rolled the dice
Obama rolled the dice
with a blind-and ultimately spot-on-shot at Osama bin Laden," Gates, the one-time CIA head, said during an interview with CBS.
With that, she stripped from the neck down, rolled the dice
and yelled, "Come on, baby, Mama needs new clothes
We could have rolled the dice
and possibly got it at a cheaper price," Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis said at the time of the takeover--not exactly music to shareholders' ears.
rolled the dice
a year ago on an aggressive profitability strategy, and it seems the gamble is paying off.
He rolled the dice
and it hit my foot and he said it counted.
HOLLYWOOD Lions Gate finally rolled the dice
on its preem for "The Cooler" Nov.
Immediately following dinner a Hank Lane jazz band kicked off the casino where guests rolled the dice
for charity playing craps, blackjack, poker, roulette and more.
One interpretation of our findings," says Leslie, "is that studios are no better at deciding which films are risky projects than if they just rolled the dice
A year ago at Super Bowl XXXIV, 17 Dot-Coms rolled the dice
and spent more than $2.
Ranieri rolled the dice
in the gambling capital of Europe and replaced defender Mario Melchiot with striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and then midfielder Scott Parker by young defender Robert Huth.
I rolled the dice
on that shot and I thought I hit a really good shot and I got unlucky with the bounce.
I guess I rolled the dice
,'' Welch said of the sideline tantrum two weeks ago.