receive the award: "We are thrilled to be by The British Sandwich We at Deli," business has the years but we continue to Nothing, absolutely nothing
to criticise - done as it should be by professionals Sammies judge
Those maps have absolutely nothing
to do with the Aztec tribe of Mexico, and the Spaniards were certainly not Aztec.
The rogue actions of any priest, minister, other church official, or anyone else for that matter who is doing something in his own flesh has absolutely nothing
to do with "in the name of God"
There are no winners in a life drama such as this: a taut, beautiful ship destroyed; hundreds of men dead who might have been rescued; a captain dishonored to the point of suicide--and a Japanese submarine skipper well aware that his victory meant absolutely nothing
to the course of the war.
Mr Blair remains a master at saying absolutely nothing
with ponderous sincerity - Political commentator Ben Macintyre.
So when, for instance, the director of a major art museum--who came to the job a scant three years before with a lot of flash and filigree from another major museum where he was rumored to be in hot water--precipitously "resigns" to "pursue other opportunities," you can rest assured that absolutely nothing
is amiss, nothing unexpected happened, and, of course, everybody concerned still loves and admires everybody concerned.
the most exhaustive exploration ever written" about this text complet ely misses the point that, as described in the essay at least, there is absolutely nothing
exceptional about what the text being exhaustively explored actually offers.
But furious O'Neill said: "There is absolutely nothing
in that story - not a thing.
The reason DVD hasn't eclipsed CD has absolutely nothing
to do with shipping product and a promised "better" product.
An utmost authority on absolutely nothing
, he could almost be considered a regular on "Meet the Press.
If Congress did absolutely nothing
, the federal budget would have fallen into balance as early as next fiscal year," says William Armistead, a vice president at Citizens for a Sound Economy.
Combing the depths of federal penitentiaries throughout the country, Sullivan's prosecution team offered inmates with absolutely nothing
to lose amazingly lucrative deals--dropped charges, sharply reduced sentences, immigration visas for their loved ones--all for a few words that would implicate the general.