SOFTEN THE BLOW
: You should never get in the habit of breaking promises--especially to your BFF.
Two senators are urging the government to immediately implement buffer measures to soften the blow
of a rapid rise in commodity prices and service fees as a result of the enforcement of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law.
Striker Aubameyang is the calibre of star Arsenal believe would soften the blow
of losing Alexis Sanchez.
SOFTEN THE BLOW
: If you really think the girl needs some guidance in the style department, go with a more gentle approach.
Which brings me to my question - what, if anything, is our Labour-run council doing to soften the blow
if, and I hope it does not come, the Euro breaks up?
HOUSING bosses have said they will soften the blow
of inflationbusting rent hikes with a freeze in service charges.
dont worry, Billy, I'm sure receiving the freedom of the city of Glasgow this weekend will soften the blow
Cabrera was in Bermuda yesterday for the second round of the 36-hole four-man Grand Slam - and even if he was beaten by the year's other three major winners, last place money of pounds 120,000 should soften the blow
. Next week he is at the Volvo World Match Play and even if he loses all three of his group games he will collect nearly pounds 110,000.
He looks certain to win again soon, although that won't soften the blow
for his 1.68 in-running backers yesterday.
Water in pipes must have an air cushion to soften the blow
of sudden and severe stops.
EXTRA help is being offered to soften the blow
of the recession.
However, Tranmere were able to soften the blow
by arranging their Johnstones Paint Trophy encounter with Crewe for a Monday night (October 6).
So any steps we can take to soften the blow
and stop bad luck from becoming a catastrophe is to be welcomed.
Although, you could soften the blow
by emphasising the organisational gifts of the other candidate rather than your friend's failings!
Dryden city council is taking a multitude of steps to soften the blow
of the layoffs.