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thrown under the bus

thrown under the bus
 adj.— «I doubt the judge would take much of a hit, more like the CO’s would be thrown under the bus for violating DOC regs.» —“Re: Prison Guards Found in Contempt of Court” by Bill Usenet: alt.prisons Dec. 17, 1997. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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