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This time, of course, I was going to it cap in hand.
It has been said that they will not go cap in hand to the Commission looking for money.
We are constantly cap in hand and will be forever.
Cap in hand to the local authority for a bailout?
"I don't know why we continue to go somewhere else, cap in hand, for our ultimate justice."
In years to come they won't have to stand around, cap in hand.
And then, when he stood at the door, cap in hand, and said good night.
"And when you came back, cap in hand, she wanted nothing more to do with you?"
It seems to me that this is not a question of Parliament coming cap in hand, begging for support.
He swung supply down from the tall horse, and stood cap in hand before me.
Does that mean I gotta phone Judge cap in hand?
But why not apply this same angry cap in hand policy to the stinking rich here?
We used to object to plays where the factory workers came cap in hand and call the boss 'sir'.
"One year ago tonight I was an enlisted man and stood cap in hand asking for a furlough," he wrote at the end of 1862.
In other parts of the world I'd probably be hanging around street corners, cap in hand.
A side door was opened, and the gardener, a tall, dry fellow, made his appearance, cap in hand.
No, tomorrow she would just have to go cap in hand to him and ask for his help, much as she resented the idea.
Richard stood on the edge of the pavement, cap in hand; his Adam's apple moved rapidly up and down.
The miners, cap in hand, kept a profound silence.
He clutched a wool cap in hand as he smiled at them.
Caps in hand, but with dogged expressions, thepair stood their ground.
"I knew you directly, sir," replied the young miner, cap in hand.
Osborne cap in hand to the Chinese and Asia says it all.
"He'll come back, cap in hand, I know he will," has been the mantra of many of our friends.
I took my cap in hand, hoped for the best and walked bravely into Lombar's office.
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