frog-march


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frog-march

[ˈfrɒgmɑːtʃ] VT to frog-march sb in/outmeter/sacar a algn por la fuerza
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CILLA AND SINEAD CORONATION STREET When Cilla (right) decides she's outstayed her welcome and announces she's off, Ches and Fiz practically frog-march her to the bus stop before cracking open some celebratory tinnies.
Asked by BBC radio if he thought they should appear before the House of Commons media committee, Clegg said: "Of course." If they have any shred of sense of responsibility of accountability for their position of power, then they should come and explain themselves before a select committee," Clegg said."We need to look at whether they (the committee) have got the power and ability to compel them, if someone cannot be compelled -- I don't know whether we can frog-march them to the select committee.
How lucky they are that humans are willing to leave their own beds to frog-march the toads to safety.
If they have any shred of sense of responsibility of accountability for their position of power, then they should come and explain themselves before a select committee, Clegg said.We need to look at whether they (the committee) have got the power and ability to compel them, if someone cannot be compelled-I dont know whether we can frog-march them to the select committee.
EastEnders (BBC1, 7.30pm) It's Ian Beale in the frame for murder tonight, the police search his home for evidence and then frog-march him to the station for a grilling.
Adrian Flook let the pupils wave mock weapons around, put a hood over his head and frog-march him out of a charity evening at pounds 18,000-a-year Taunton School, Somerset.
instead it's the police who frog-march him away in handcuffs for beating up Frankie's former lover Vinny (Ray Macallan).
If I'm really furious I frog-march them to the nearest bin."
Baggies boss Denis Smith had to race from the dug-out to frog-march his distressed players down the tunnel as the mood turned ugly.
The last thing the Council and the Diocese want to be seen to be doing is to frog-march an unwilling institution out of a leafy suburb to an inner city industrial estate - albeit a hi-tech and upmarket one.
This poor man will no doubt carry the scars for the rest of his life, but the Government's answer is to frog-march knife thugs to hospital and let them see first-hand the damage knives can do.
'In that time, they have continued to frog-march African countries into policies that have harmed them