References in periodicals archive ?
TGWU leader Tony Woodley said: "It is outrageous that ministers whose platinum-plated pensions are secure are seen to be trying to squirm out of their responsibilities.
Hoping that the passenger door was open, Olsen crawled across the truck, but by the time he reached the door Haws had regained consciousness, rolled down the passenger-side window, and started to squirm out the opening.
It wasn't how I thought we were going to squirm out of that,'' said Ruth, whose team will play Chatsworth on Tuesday at Dodger Stadium for the City title.
So it was another Clinton verbal trick to squirm out of truth, to weasel out of a perjury charge.