I also discuss the early critical reaction to The Devil to Pay
in the Backlands.
She was signed up by Sam Goldwyn for The Devil to Pay
, but was replaced by Loretta Young.
If a single horse was wrong there would be the devil to pay
Certain books say you'll have the devil to pay
when you want to move the baby into a crib, but Cassie and I handled Sean the same way, and you slowly wean them out of the big bed.
Except for writing the seven stories in Corpo de baile (1956; "Corps de Ballet"), he devoted the next several years to diplomacy and the creation of his monumental epic novel, Grande sertao: veredas (1956; The Devil to Pay
in the Backlands), which firmly established his international reputation.
The sentence suggested that those who didn't toe the line would "truly have the devil to pay
These to the printer," I exclaimed, And, in my humorous way, I added (as a trifling jest), "There'll be the devil to pay
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Of course, there's the devil to pay
, but when they're in love, even the darkest forces can't keep determined lovers apart-or athwart-for long
SOME church leaders warn that there will be the devil to pay
unless we ban Hallowe'en.