If that word has no other effective replacement, bite the bullet
and repeat it.
It is time for the Government to bite the bullet
and act now by finally getting on with it
ENGLISH club rugby's leading power broker has warned that Wales has to bite the bullet
of professionalism to be a force on the world stage.
But Mr Prescott is likely to order Railtrack and the train leasing operators to bite the bullet
and install it within five years when he chairs a summit with all the rail companies next month.
Bite the bullet
and head for a discounter--and feel free to buy in odd lots.
When the market took a nosedive in the late 80's, many owners became reluctant to bite the bullet
and lower prices on their properties knowing because they would have to forfeit 10 percent of a profit that was far less than they projected.
It's time for organizations to bite the bullet
and secure at the application level.
Tweet of the So bite the bullet
, tell him how you really feel and make sure next time you get into a relationship, it's for the right reasons.
I'm afraid you have to bite the bullet
and arrange a meeting with your ex and his girlfriend to talk about this and relationships moving forward.
Or will this be one of the first big infrastructure projects to bite the bullet
under George "Slasher" Osborne's threatened prs ogramme of cuts?
Alan Cuts are economic reality Sadly I'm afraid Paul Dixon and the ROA will simply have to bite the bullet
over reduced prize-money.
Waddle will have to bite the bullet
or forfeit pounds 100 for every one he includes in his match analysis from Almaty Central Stadium.
Liverpool needs to bite the bullet
and move from a grants-based culture to one based on enterprise.
Why not bite the bullet
and invest in a high-capacity subway?
They have some lads in the reserves who could do the job on the wing if Mr Bruce was willing to bite the bullet