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“First, it all goes into the great churned wash of danegeld, that is the exchequer, and is carved up by the Chancellor at spending reviews.”
“danegeld" was levied on both armies to defray the expenses of the”
“The Tory party stands to win the next election by default, and likely we'll have a different set of special interest groups swaying things. danegeld”
“They'd tried military action, and been cut to bits; they'd paid danegeld without avail.”
“Which is, of course, not at all the same thing as paying the danegeld.”
“It's interesting to note that those Banks which refused State bail-outs are performing well, whereas those which took the Brown danegeld are forecast to announce even more losses.”
“Like Maclean's, they could have chosen to pay some danegeld to extricate themselves from Richard Warman's lawsuit; instead, they decided to fight.”
“The Post can sense that paying more danegeld to Warman doesn't make sense.”
“WMA is a proprietary Microsoft format, and I suspect if Apple ever started paying money to license it, it would quickly turn into a case of danegeld.”
“The latter won't happen by repeatedly paying the danegeld.”
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