When their hearts is touched they're likely to stack the cards
, look at the bottom of the deck, an' lie like the devil - beggin' your pardon, ma'am.
How could we, when the Election Commission (EC) had done its best to stack the cards
against voters who wanted change.
By then, a cut of 50 MPs, and redrawn constituency boundaries will stack the cards
heavily against Labour, whoever leads the party.
ONE: Stack the cards
in ASTEROID, order and cut the cards as often as you like.
Directing his words towards Iran, Mubarak stated, "The recent crisis has exposed an attempt to exploit the Israeli aggression in order to impose a new reality on the Palestinian and Arab arena -- a new reality that will stack the cards
in favor of a well-known regional force, Iran, for the benefit of its plans and agenda." According to Mubarak, the goal of Tehran's involvement in the conflict was "to take away the Palestinian Authority's legitimacy in order to bestow it on the factions and Hamas."
The fact he's blessed with perfect pitch and an amazing knack of writing delicious pop songs also helped stack the cards
in his favour.
Smith must think long and hard about this process because if he's still at the helm when the time comes to pick a new man he should stack the cards
in his own favour.
But if it was only sex you were after - and it was consensual - I can see that you could stack the cards
in your favour."
India is rallying other disgruntled nations, including the group of "like-minded" countries that believe that the existing rules of free trade stack the cards
The beliefs of parents may then stack the cards
in favor of the testing and measurement movement.
We might be three- handed, but we'll stack the cards
up, and make a final deal nearer the time."
Weaving together powerful influences and circumstances that stack the cards
against these children, even before their births, the author provides considerable support for the argument.