Local television is noted for trying to palm off
quickie call-in "polls" as representative of the views of their communities, a practice [that] sheds little real light on an issue and only serves to confuse viewers about the reliability of any poll.
And it seemed ready to palm off
the same statute on Congress until Texas Rep.
Many palm off
crisis planning to the communication department and then forget to ask what became of it.
But Kennedy is keeping his fingers crossed the SRU palm off
But Julia - who had forgotten it was half-term - was desperate to join Amanda's club, believing this would enable her to palm off
her two kids on one of the full-time mums (maybe even Amanda, herself ).
And there's a game of tag as the agents try to palm off
a file they'd rather not deal with.
Heads of state have also shown that they would rather palm off
the problem to external sources for assistance rather than listening to their own experts.