carte blanche


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carte blanche

Cards a piquet hand containing no court cards: scoring ten points
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She is an investigative journalist and television producer who joined Carte Blanche in 2012, and has since won several awards for her human rights, politics and environmental stories.
Carte Blanche airs on New Year's Day at 9pm on BBC Radio 2
But Fine Gael senator Michelle Mulherin claims the process is being used as an excuse for the "carte blanche" scrapping of rural post offices.
Mexico's incoming president has granted his interior minister "carte blanche" to consider legalizing drugs.
He is known amongst the library and publishing industries for wearing many hats, though most recognizably as the writer of the Booklist column, Carte Blanche.
Which gives blokes carte blanche to fake illness to get out of jobs around the house or Christmas shopping and instead to collapse on the sofa without the strength to do anything much but watch Sky Sports.
He will be starring in "Carte Blanche" alongside actor and director Eva Dovezalova.
He tells us his favorite new Jewish films, the most controversial film the festival has screened (hint: there were zombies), and the Jewish movie he'd make if he were given carte blanche to choose from all the actors and directors in the world.
The Blues boss is almost giving Lukaku carte blanche to leave Goodison and it seems to go against what he's been saying about pushing for a European spot.
Inspired by an incredible true story, award-winning Polish movie Carte Blanche was screened as part of Polish Film Festival currently being held at Katara Cultural Village.
The daily Kayhan last Wednesday carried a story on the top of Page One saying Hillary Clinton has advocated giving Israel carte blanche to kill 200,000 Gazans.