The Pacific Islanders will stretch the rules
to breaking point and the risk of another failure is a clear and present danger if we don't meet them head on.
Azarenka has claimed she was suffering from a rib injury, but the incident fits nicely into a pre-existing narrative that not only she is prepared to stretch the rules
to their limit to achieve victory, but of her history of abrupt retirements in matches.
War ned by the official about elbows, heads and low blows DeGale was not prepared to be shoved and manhandled by Smith so was only happy to bend and stretch the rules
War ned by the official about elbows, heads and low blows, DeGale was not prepared to be shoved and manhandled by Smith so was only happy to bend and stretch the rules
and that passion for their city captivated the judges and persuaded them to stretch the rules
and award the title to Liverpool just because they felt the city deserved to win (even though that wasn't one of the competition criteria).
Some seem to have abandoned the principle of public service to bend, twist and stretch the rules
to try to their own advantage.
Do not use your child's disability as an excuse to justify and/or ask to stretch the rules
at an attraction.
Always clad in cloth, with a chain around his neck and sporting a goatee beard, Joe would stretch the rules
of the House of Assembly to a point where the Speaker, Mr Justice A.
Portugal's coach hinted Holland have already been allowed to stretch the rules
to the limit during Euro 2004, adding: "We must be careful.
For instance, you would not want to "be creative" or stretch the rules
at all if you were dealing with sensitive information such as HIV or sexually transmitted diseases.
Unethical prosecutors who withhold exculpatory evidence from defendants have their counterparts in unethical defense attorneys who stretch the rules
beyond their breaking limit.
Companies stretch the rules
as much as possible to gain the maximum advantage for their share price, and their auditors may well be persuaded to follow suit.
Their detractors claim that the Rhinos stretch the rules
to breaking point.
George's GP, Dr Ian Wilson, is so worried about his health that he has urged officials to stretch the rules