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So, the word's out: If you're going in for plastic surgery, avoid fly-by-night quacks and cheap injectibles-or suffer the sordid and decidedly un-beautiful consequences!
In filing HR 2277, Castelo revealed that government has been losing approximately R400 million annually from unpaid taxes from TPL insurance policies issued by fly-by-night insurance companies.
A WEST Midlands MP who used to make her living writing wills has warned the industry attracts "the incompetent, the dishonest and the fly-by-night operator".
Especially those that are obtained by fly-by-night companies to blackmail legitimate patent holders with the threat of a patent infringement lawsuit.
After just packing up yet another of one of his fly-by-night T-shirt shops, Kai's stepfather brings him to Sun Haven, a plastic town of tourism, money and best of all for Kai, surfing.
It sends an appeasing message to investors that this is not a fly-by-night operation," says Hrant Tosbath, President of The Davenport Group, which specializes in hedge fund investment and marketing.
Indeed, it should be a friend to legitimate recyclers because state and local enforcement personnel can halt the fly-by-night, less-than-legal recyclers who often give the industry a bad name.
This is no fly-by-night artist: Coffey was one of Detroit's most important session guitarists in the 1960s and 80s and played for many superstars: his insights are a 'must' for any enthusiast of the Motown scene.
So dump the dodgy double glazers, and forget flim-flam fly-by-night endowment sellers, solve that one.
11, 2001, terrorist attacks--recognized as long-term players, and not merely fly-by-night operations.
MY sympathy to Alex Dickson of Cumnock, Ayrshire who was done out of pounds440 for a winning football yankee when fly-by-night Burns Bookmakers folded up their tent and vanished into the London night.