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This is why, for both airborne minute particles and those particles spread by foot traffic, you must take measures ahead of time or pay the piper later.
Since we pay the piper, though, we ought to call the tune - however humble our status.
In fact it wouldn't pay them to play any games that couldn't guarantee a full house even at Croke Park, I can only see one winner in this dispute and it is the clubs who pay the piper.
Nickel & Dime (1992) C Thomas Howell hasn't forked over taxes in eight years--thanks to CPA Wallace Shawn--but now it's time to pay the piper.
That's obscene and footballer's wages are now beginning to turn the stomachs of those who pay the piper.
I guess I've always unconsciously expected this day would come - it's time to pay the piper.
The time to pay the piper has come and the people to pay should be the ones who have been reaping the benefits.
Cocco pointed out that those who evaded paying the import duties on their cars or other vehicles will not be able to renew their license plates unless they pay the piper.