But I say people in power like this sort should be brought to heel
the same as you or I.
It is anti-Saudi propaganda going on unabated in the West and which needs to be arrested and brought to heel
. Frankly speaking, Saudi Arabia needs to understand the language the world speaks in.
ENES President George Hagitegas announced on Tuesday that they would apply to the ECtHR because the Turkish Ministry of Education illegally introduced a new regulation bypassing the Constitutional Court's ruling which he called "a success of the education [system] which can't be brought to heel
IS's jihadist appeal is fanning fears that it could serve as a potent new rallying cry for extremists in the region who had been largely brought to heel
following deadly attacks.
The question remains: How many people or organizations will have to have their reputations obliterated by the tampering of technologically advanced government agents before those governments are brought to heel
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" Lots of twists and turns followed before the restless Pietersen was brought to heel
and eventually returned to the fold, but the underlying cause of the entire problem was that Pietersen believed he was missing out on something he was entitled to." In this scenario, it is probably a welcome step for the ICC to be considering a window for the IPL, since it is most obviously here to stay, and needs to be separated from international cricket.
Stacey Solomon as well as BGT star Pudsey's trainer Ashleigh are among those being brought to heel
on this barking mad show.
Otherwise, with the Scots and the French back in a cosy relationship, the English will really be brought to heel
A number of dissenting theologians have been brought to heel
by local Doctrinal Committees or the Vatican but that, too, usually happens only after many years of delay.
Andrews, on the other hand, sees them as just one vested interest that needs to be brought to heel
in order to reform an education system he sees as failing Wales.
I agree with the letter 'It's time callous bosses were brought to heel
These court-martials are foolishness, and will do nothing to ensure the safe capture of the next terrorist kingpin brought to heel
Gen Kayani had previously pledged to weed out pro-jihadi elements and reform the agency but the u-turn revived the question of whether the ISI has really been brought to heel
But no one believes that a 2008 surprise would again involve the CIA, which has been purged and brought to heel
to such an extent that any independent action is unimaginable.