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There is more than one way to skin a cat and as much as you might want to go for the throat, that's maybe not always the best way.
We understand the disgraced former owner attended a private hearing in a London court before Christmas where it was made clear to him that Ticketus intended to go for the throat in Turn to Page 67 CAPTION(S): MONEY Z WORRIES Whyte's past is catching up with him
Byline: Jamie Hewitt Spain and Italy should serve up a cracker in tonight's Euro 2012 Final after both bosses vowed to go for the throat.
Do I go for the throat and ask if you think it's necessary to have a gimmick, or do I just politely leave it alone?
``The dog leaped at the postal worker as if to go for the throat,'' said Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Brian Humphrey.
Meanwhile, pride supporters seem to view any attack on their communal celebration as an assault on their very being, and they go for the throat as a result.
I would like to see us push forward more, show less respect for the opposition and go for the throat.
Schuller is adamant HJK have to go for the throat and added: "Keeping the ball is going to be key and we must try to go forward and push the game.