4 Meralco are also expected to go through the wringer
Then some things were rung by hand and some went through the wringer
And he has put them through the wringer
as they prepare to take on a Rhinos side that can take a giant step towards sealing top spot.
TO SAY Wheatus, the band behind smash hit Teenage Dirtbag, have been through the wringer
in the last decade is an understatement.
Her husband Henry said: "She has been through the wringer
over the last few months.
I WATCHED in disbelief as hypocritical Peter Mandelson put Lord Ashcroft through the wringer
over his donations to the Tories.
Watching poor Anthony alone, put through the wringer
week after week by a pack of judges who seemed almost annoyed by the fact he was doing his best, is enough to melt a heart of stone.
All contorted through the wringer
by endless posturing and rhetoric.
After candidates pass through the wringer
, are their blemishes and strengths more cogently revealed for a better hiring decision?
I was just put through the wringer
," Lucero, 36, says.
As one sock is drawn through the wringer
(cuff first), I join the next sock to the toes(*).
And even the superficially comic ones are undergirded by melancholy, as the author puts one contemporary Job after another through the wringer
We put the Pillar through the wringer
during the testing phase to make sure we were making the right purchasing decision.
The QPR boss may have more than 30 years' experience in the dugout but the thought of Saturday's showdown against Derby is putting him through the wringer
AS A Blues supporter of over 40 years standing, I was not at all surprised to hear on the radio commentary that my team were getting put through the wringer