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bi tahyd

  • v  become of; happen to

  • Woe betide the guest who stands up David Letterman.
  • Woe betide high-rate mortgage holders, owners of real estate who want to conserve equities, municipalities which retard progress with high taxes and antiquated building codes!.
  • No man dares tell him a job has been done if it hasn'tCalhoun knows in an instant, and woe betide the offender (although the Admiral may ask him to lunch half an hour later).
News & Articles

  • Oh, Gear: Smartwatches won't dominate holidays, analyst says
    Not the thing to impress your loved ones with this year? (Credit: Brian Bennett/CNET) I know there are people out there who don't want to embarrass themselves over the holiday season. It's all right if they slur their words and sidle up to people who aren't their spouses. But woe betide anyone who buys the wrong electronic gift. This is a shame not easily overcome, if ever. So the fine and ...
    Nov. 21, 2013 - CNET
  • Don't sway or ramble, Australia's Sochi team warned
    Woe betide any Australian athlete over-indulging in Russian hospitality in Sochi next year after the country's Olympic Committee said "swaying or having rambling conversations" could lead to an early flight home. Clarifying stringent new rules on behavior, the AOC said drinking alcohol would be permitted outside the Olympic Village but left athletes in no doubt about their conduct, saying they ...
    Nov. 19, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! Sports
  • Olympics-Don't sway or ramble, Australia's Sochi team warned
    By Martyn Herman Nov 19 (Reuters) - Woe betide any Australian athlete over-indulging in Russian hospitality in Sochi next year after the country's Olympic Committee said "swaying or having rambling conversations" could lead to an early flight home. Clarifying stringent new rules on behaviour, the AOC said drinking alcohol would be permitted outside the Olympic Village but left athletes in no ...
    Nov. 19, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
Quotes

  • Ehud Olmert in Washington Post
    Woe betide the people who celebrate the release of a beastly man who bludgeoned the skull of a 4-year-old toddler,Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said in a statement before a private meeting to condole the families of the soldiers.
  • Alistair Burt in Bedford Today
    Mr Burt added: "Security must now be the highest priority, because of our experiences in the past, and woe betide the Home Office if anything like that should happen again."
  • John Toshack in ic Wales
    Asked about the age-old issue of club versus country conflicts here, Toshack said, "I have worked in six different countries and I have to say there are more problems in the British Isles than anywhere else." "When I was in Turkey, woe betide...

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