COTD

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COTDColor of the Day
COTDCall of the Dead (gaming)
COTDCard of the Day (gaming)
COTDChart of the Day
COTDClimb out of the Darkness (Postpartum Support International)
COTDCross of the Dutchman (gaming)
COTDClash of the Dragons (card game)
COTDCatch Of The Day
COTDCreatures of the Deep (N-Gage game)
COTDCoaltar of the Deepers (Japan band)
COTDComment of the Day
COTDCity of the Dead
COTDChildren of the Damned
COTDCat of the Day
COTDCity of the Damned
COTDCircle of True Doom
COTDComplete on Time Delivery (shipping)
COTDCustomer of the Day
COTDCache of the Day (geocaching)
COTDCult of the Dolphin
COTDCardiac Output Obtained by Thermodilution
COTDCall Off the Dogs
COTDClan of the Dragon
COTDCotangent of x in Degrees
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"So, call off the dogs and get on with fighting this Tory Brexit.
So call off the dogs and get on with fighting this Tory Brexit." Last week, three Corbyn critics - Chris Leslie, Joan Ryan and Gavin Shuker - lost local party confidence votes, which are symbolic and carry no official force in the party.
Sean Boonpracong, a red shirt spokesman, told Al Jazeera that "the situation is deteriorating to a point that if the government is smart, it's best they call off the dogs and push the army back to the base - it's getting to be a civil war".
WILL the Shahid Malik lynch mob call off the dogs now he has been cleared in the expenses issue?
-- Publisher and Editor Michael Lewis, for his editorial titled "A Raise for County Commissioners is Only Fair--to Taxpayers," which was ranked second in the nation for editorial writing; and his column "Herald's Salvation: Call off the Dogs, Return to Newspapering," which was ranked third for a serious newspaper column.
At its height, the CLC's grass roots effort was so successful that several congressional offices asked one CLC member, the American Association of Bioanalysts (AAB), to "call off the dogs" because the number of calls they were receiving in opposition to the 20% coinsurance were so numerous and frequent that no one else could get through to their offices.
"One hopes that the costs the regime has suffered will cause it to call off the dogs," said the senior diplomat, adding that some ferment has already been noted in Yugoslav army ranks.
In September 1990, unimpressed by the results of the probe, Alyeska's directors decided to "call off the dogs," as they put it, and halt the $1-million investigation.
"If North had said, Call off the dogs and Anderson will be back in New York tomorrow, I'd have taken Anderson over the story.
Mr Umunna calling for Mr Corbyn to 'call off the dogs' was not only an insult to party members, but it seems to me a desperate attempt to 'get Corbyn' - aided by a certain Tory rag which brought this thing to light, the same paper that accused the miners of being financed by Gaddafi and, in the 1930s had a lot of admiration for a certain Mr Hitler.
Chuka Umunna asks Corbyn to call off the dogs, but they are not Corbyn's to call off, they are Jon Lansman's of campaign group Momentum.