backhander


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a backhanded blow

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The Backhander's proprietary features enable its users to effectively and comfortably apply all manner of skin lotions to their back.
And that's too bad for the Sharks, because they could have used at least one more backhander in Wednesday night's 3-2 loss to the Hershey Bears here.
The main reason you give a backhander is to go forward.
Osgood had to make a pair of saves two-thirds of the way through the second, denying Miroslav Satan on a shot just outside of the crease after Malkin set him up beautifully and turning away Crosby's backhander after a spectacular spin move.
Van der Gulik whacked a backhander home from near the bottom of the left circle at 19:10.
I am almost certain the result would have been different had Quinn given Danzoe a backhander 50 yards sooner, but, like I said, punters buy into these scenarios when backing two-yearolds and if Quinn gave a horse the same ride in a handicap, you can be sure there would have been a few unhappy faces in betting shops.
The Leeds owner and chairman allegedly paid the backhander to Ross McCormack's adviser Barry Hughes via football agent Derek Day when the striker was sold to Fulham for PS10.75million in July 2014.
Jon Matsumoto stripped the puck from Chris Bourque along the left boards and fed Kearns, who put a backhander - shades of Bronco Horvath - past Hutchinson from between the circles.
"It's a win-win all round and we here at Moa love the business principles behind it, which is why we're offering a Pakistani Backhander of our own."
"When he did that I, as an instant reaction, pushed back, then straight away he gave me a backhander across my left cheek.
Granted, a Bentley wouldn't be of much use, because it would take a week's wages to fill it up with juice, but winning a Derby isn't just the holy grail for an owner, trainer and jockey - it's also pretty special for a groom working in racing and their efforts should be properly rewarded with a monster backhander as well.
We do shabby behind-closed-door deals to get a price cut here in return for a research and development backhander there.
And he insisted that bungs have continued to take place since in the years since George Graham was sacked as Arsenal manager after his involvement in a transfer backhander scandal.
Kinane, 13-time Irish champion, said: "When I pulled him out and gave him a backhander I knew he would win.