open slather

open slather

n
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"Now it will be open slather for destructive commercial fishing activities like trawling, gill-netting and long-lining."
This appalling bill will, within 10 years, lead to open slather for anyone, whether the Government or family members, to dispose of those they find distasteful or who are no longer regarded as valued members of our society.
According to the Sunday Mail, it was open slather on the use of phone spyware due to a legal grey area, with private investigators promoting it as a tool to catch cheating partners by secretly installing it on their mobile phones.
Kennelly said: "Now the relationship's gone a bit sour over the International rules, it's going to give clubs here open slather.
"They said they could understand why we might vote to have one from each state but they preferred to have it open slather and if 10 or nine came from one state then so be it.
"I don't think it should be open slather where people say, 'I have a boy and I want a girl so I can have the pair'," he added.
New Zealand legend Sir Richard Hadlee has long been an advocate for open slather on ball tampering, saying bowlers should be allowed to alter the ball as long as they don't use a foreign object.

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