CHANCELLORS bearing bad economic news generally like to do what they can to sweeten the pill
To sweeten the pill
, they offered me EeAu1,500 (Dh8,637) or so.
In a letter to David Cameron from Pfizer's Scottish-born chief executive, Ian Read attempted to sweeten the pill
, pledging a commitment to Astra's planned research and development hub in Cambridge.
Money is the only thing that could sweeten the pill
of having to be ambushed by Jon Snow.
The principle that no member state will gain a seat or lose more than one MEP' in the next European elections in 2014, invented by rapporteurs to sweeten the pill
, was accepted by all MEPs meeting in plenary session, on 13 March.
Of course, the lovable mutt ultimately learns a valuable lesson about individuality versus conformity, with some slapstick interludes and syrupy sentiment to sweeten the pill
But Mr Monti, now 81, said that did not sweeten the pill
But to sweeten the pill
, they bestowed hundreds of shares upon me, a neat pile for each account I owned.
A very disappointed Lions coach, Mark Ellis for once couldn't find positives to sweeten the pill
Though, of course, they seek to sweeten the pill
by claiming the kids would get a "better and broader" education elsewhere.
George Osborne thinks he can sweeten the pill
and build up an election war-chest, by offering shares to the public.
Now a new deal is being offered to sweeten the pill
To sweeten the pill
he also announced that child benefits worth up to pounds 2,500 a year for families with three children will be axed if one parent is in the top 40 per cent tax band.
He went on: "There will be attempts to sweeten the pill
, but it is difficult to conceive of measures that can mitigate the environmental effect of increasing flights out of Heathrow, over one of the most densely populated parts of England, by 50%.
Warwickshire hope to sweeten the pill
by providing Junior Bears members a free Warwickshire shirt and will offer other incentives such as discounted international tickets and tickets for friends for butI games in st attempt to soften the blow of the price rises.