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BCBCBaguio Correspondents and Broadcasters Club (Philippines)
BCBCBritish Columbia Buildings Corporation (Crown Corporation)
BCBCBridgend County Borough Council (Wales, UK)
BCBCBeat Cancer Boot Camp (various locations)
BCBCButler College Boat Club (Butler, IN)
BCBCBituminous Concrete Base Course (Pennsylvania)
BCBCBeggars Can't Be Choosers
BCBCBoard Certified Biblical Counselor (International Board of Christian Counselors)
BCBCBay City Baptist Church
BCBCBay City Business College (Bay City, Michigan)
BCBCBuilding Careers, Bridging Continents (Canada)
BCBCBrown Chicken Brown Cow LLC
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"I know they say beggars can't be choosers but to quote my grandfather, "Clever beggars can't be choosers." I had to keep my head down while keeping my chin up."
Well I suppose us beggars can't be choosers and so I begrudgingly have to tip my hat to the Chancellor, pictured for getting rid of the beer accelerator or escalator or whatever it was officially called.
Still, beggars can't be choosers, not if I want to rival the great and good of British Twitterdom such as Stephen Fry who has 4,598,156 followers (or thereabout).
"But beggars can't be choosers as long as we get them in, but ideally we will do deals before the start of pre-season so we can hit the ground running.
Wales produces huge numbers of scientists and engineers and many opt (at least initially) to stay in Wales, but are forced to make excuses to themselves along the lines of: "Yeah, I didn't set out to take a job working in a bakery or pushing a pen working at a government job, but beggars can't be choosers".
"I had no previous experience, but the manager told me it would add another string to my bow being able to play in a different position - and beggars can't be choosers.
You can't knock any type of victory and with Wales these days it's a case of beggars can't be choosers.
Okay, so they may be prosthetics - not to mention a little hairy - but, hey, beggars can't be choosers.
"Beggars can't be choosers" was an expression she often deployed, a turn-of-phrase that best characterizes the churlish response of the U.S.
HEY say beggars can't be choosers. But, if that's really the case, then no one has thought to appraise Charles Hazlewood of the fact.
"Beggars can't be choosers so I'll listen to all offers.
There are no races over that trip at the moment, but beggars can't be choosers and he goes there in good heart."