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Turkey has never seen such a thing and the only reason of this is that they stole, they were captured and now they foist world upon us.
This is a prime example of the Operation Foist technique used by the police to shove responsibility for crimefighting on to somebody else.
What about the boatload of South Americans you tried to foist on Alex Smith when YOU were Arabs chairman?
Just when you thought the broadcast networks would be too skittish to foist queer characters and themes on the red states, along come Inconceivable and Crumbs, two new shows from gay writer-producers about gay men and their families.
But the heavy-handed bludgeoning and the obvious unfairness (and probable criminality) involved in using EU personnel and funds to foist this program on French voters ultimately backfired.
Why, then, is it so difficult for them to see the problems that we atheists have when they try to use the very same coercive governmental mechanisms to foist their beliefs on us?
At first she spurns his offer as testily as the marriage proposals her parents foist upon her, but then she is tempted by the chance for an exciting adventure at last.
We are perceived as thinking that we are better than others and who often foist our values and systems on others whether they like it or not.
They may be concerned that the presence of religious perspectives in the debate would amount to an attempt by believers to foist their opinions on the wider community.
45) and Foist in the Liverpool Handicap (Div 1) (4.
An innovative speaker says storage is no problem because he tends "to foist them off on unsuspecting subordinates, nephews, thrift stores, or half-price book stores.