10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TAKE THE RAP»
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Positive Prime: A Book of Poetry
Will you take the rap music? Will you take the rap? Will you take the rap music?
Can we rap about it? The rap is the worst I saw, They defile and disrespect
Everything, That I rapped about. They sold me out! Will I take that rap? It came
from my ...
American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms, Second Edition
[First half of 16005] Also see FEEL OUT. take the rap Be punished or blamed for
something, as in I don't want to take the rap for Mary, who forgot to mail the check
in time, or Steve is such a nice guy that hes always taking the rap for his ...
Check it While I Wreck it: Black Womanhood, Hip-hop Culture, ...
61. bell hooks, "Gangsta Culture — Sexism and Misogyny: Who Will Take the
Rap?" in Outlaw Culture: Resisting Representation (New York: Routledge, 1 994)
. 62. Michele Wallace, "When Black Feminism Faces the Music and the Music Is ...
Pimp and the
When Clyde first got in trouble about the robbery, I remember Peanut told Clyde
that he would take the rap claiming it was his gun. But you know Clyde, there's no
way he'll let others stand in trouble for him. He appreciated Peanut's offer ...
Oxford Dictionary of Modern Slang
W. BURROUGHS At the time, he was out on bail, but expected to beat the rap on
the grounds of illegal seizure (1953). c: to take the rap to accept responsibility
and punishment, esp. for a crime. 1930–. d: to hang (pin, etc.) the rap on to make
John Ayto, John Simpson, 2010
Murder at Motor City Records
Keep your mouth shut Cheryl, or you'll take the rap for this.” “What are you talking
about?” she cried. “Don't move until you hear my elevator leave,” the voice
instructed her, “And, remember what I told you: keep your mouth shut, or you'll
American Slang: Cultural Language Guide to Living in the
Get/Take the rap: to take the blame for an action, regardless of fault. Our boss
took the rap for our poor performance. Rap: a casual or down-to-earth
conversation. Lou and I had a rap session about the upcoming holiday party.
Let's meet for ...
Joseph Melillo, Edward M. Melillo, 2004
Rules of Management: A definitive code for managerial ...
RULE. 17. Take. the. rap. Sorry, but if the team screws up, it is entirely your fault. If
the team does well, the credit is all theirs. A good manager will always take the
rap. I know it's easy to use your team as an excuse, but it won't wash. You are the
Heart of the
Poetry of Rap
If you are to take rap seriously, you must take the rap/poet seriously. We must
privilege the poet's potential and capacity for intention when it is apparent that a
rap/poem demonstrates insight, power, or a keen observation. It is my experience
Essential Rules from Richard Templar (Collection)
A good manager will always take the rap. I know it's easy to use your team as an
excuse, but it won't wash. You are the leader, the manager, the boss. If it all goes
bottoms up, you have to stand up and take the flack. It is very easy to say, “We ...
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TAKE THE RAP»
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Robocars won't take the rap for you
MINISTERS have decided to allow driverless cars to share Britain's roads, but the Highway Code will have to be rewritten to help vehicles on autopilot cope with ... «The Sunday Times, Jan 15»
Haim sisters let parents take the rap
THE Haim girls admit it was their mum and dad who sparked a collaboration with A$AP Ferg. By James Cabooter / Published 10th July 2014. playlist, james ... «Daily Star, Jul 14»
Ordinary customers take the rap as Anglo Irish bankers face jail terms
"It would be much easier for these American firms to take homes from people than for an Irish bank that was saved with Irish taxpayers' money. There are 8,000 ... «The Guardian, Apr 14»