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"Bite the bullet, buy them, run them in the way you want.
For one thing, unlike many other countries, Japan refuses to bite the bullet and set up an independent commission or ministry dedicated to marketing Japan's tourist assets abroad.
In his commentary on the report, Limbaugh was forced to bite the bullet. He said: "Ladies and gentlemen, on the front page of Monday's [June 3rd] New York Times there's a story that has the Bush administration essentially saying, 'Yes, the phenomenon known as global warming exists, and guess who's causing it?
The list of companies deciding to bite the bullet and take huge write offs on impaired goodwill -- a mandate of Financial Accounting Statement 142 -- continues to grow.
"We're just going to have to bite the bullet and do what the States are doing."
Cloch: We're a small "mom and pop" chain of nursing homes and rehabilitation centers, but we decided we had to bite the bullet and start the program-- in hopes of having better outcomes, providing better therapy for our residents and increasing our census.
At least that's what I and other humanists are inclined to say, implying that theists should really grow up and bite the bullet of naturalistic contingency.
If regulations allow you to keep or update your wet system by making simple, less costly modifications, you might want to bite the bullet on operating costs.
"We have to convince our membership and our contributors that we are willing to bite the bullet and sacrifice whatever needs to be sacrificed," says board member Joe Madison.
The CEO's first step toward credibility was to bite the bullet on bad loans, bailing out of $3 billion worth in California alone at the beginning of 1991.
This, however, will occur only if the state medical societies are able to bite the bullet and discipline physicians who practice medicine that violates even the most lenient of clinical protocols.
IT appears the gathering of the Labour clans is proving to be an opportunity for all those MPs, 174 who opposed the appointment of Jeremy Corbyn but had to bite the bullet, to peak out tortoise like from under their shells.