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Every couple of years I've got to go jump through hoops.
Only the rest of the world has to jump through hoops.
People will jump through hoops if you just make them feel like a god.
They had to jump through hoops to try and get it.
She was still at work for one thing, and not the sort of woman to jump through hoops.
If they're nice, I'll jump through hoops of fire to help them.
It's the least beyond can do, these two jumping through hoops for you this way.
He enjoyed having information someone else was looking for, and sometimes made you jump through hoops to get it.
His jumps through hoops had been one of the park's main attractions.
Most politicians would jump through hoops for this kind of interview.
"The guy jumped through hoops" for the installation, he said.
Then tell me why you've been jumping through hoops if you don't love her.
"You want to see me jump through hoops," he yelled.
"I'd jump through hoops if I thought it would help get a budget.
"I don't have to jump through hoops because you say so!"
Here is a United States team that will jump through hoops for you.
"The biases created over the past few years are such that everybody has to jump through hoops," he said.
He doesn't have to jump through hoops to earn your respect.
Once again, I was jumping through hoops to prove it wasn't me.
They make a free version, but it's - boy, you've got to jump through hoops to get it.
She got the men that way, she could make them jump through hoops.
"The local governments can make them jump through hoops."
I do not think that, in view of this, we should try and make all the applicants jump through hoops to participate.
I went - I had to jump through hoops, though.
But that doesn't mean they don't have to jump through hoops.
Some of these other machines had to go through hoops just to print a curve.
"We went through hoops with traffic consultants and are satisfied that there will not be a problem because of the mitigation efforts."
You still have to go through hoops.
Why should immigration authorities and pardon officials and lawyers have to go through hoops to avoid the consequences of an irrationally rigid law?
"You constantly go through hoops to figure out ways of bringing people in here," said Luis R. Cancel, the museum's 38-year-old director.
Destroying enemies with a different colour from the latter and going through hoops grants Spyro extra time.
But we explained we have to make our Santas go through hoops to make sure they're proper."
No, here's the burning economic issue: Should policy makers go through hoops to hammer inflation, now a nice nonthreatening 3 percent or so, down closer to zero?
I certainly agree with Dr. Andrew Rowan's assessment that people should have to "go through hoops" to get and keep an animal known for enhanced aggression.
The college went through hoops to get the ownership disputes resolved - and then to find a buyer who didn't mind going to and fro by barge.
You have to solace yourself for the absence of this vision by the paltry consolation of being able to go through hoops and to hit the stick."
"I couldn't literally force independent groups to stop, but I went through hoops asking them not to," Mr. Feingold said Friday over the phone.
"People generally felt it was going through hoops," said Joan Brady, coordinator for the state's Administrator Training, Office of Licensing and Credentials.
He added, "It's a tragedy that we went through hoops to get our spending down to where we had no tax increase; now we can look forward to a 3 percent tax increase on the pension reimbursements alone."
"If we are an integrated church, as we claim to be," Mrs. Smith asked, "why do we still have to go through hoops and loops to make a point and get a message across and pacify certain people and keep waves from starting?
While agreeing that it is important to strengthen laws against aggressive dogs, people should also have to "go through hoops" to get and keep an animal known for enhanced aggression, said Dr. Andrew Rowan, senior vice president of the Humane Society of the United States.
Blessed with the Republican-run Senate that has been a convenient foil as well as an obstacle, he also is running against a state government that he would revamp through a constitutional convention - providing him on the eve of an economic recovery with still another vital rationale to run without having to go through hoops to rationalize the race.