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Any problem of the government, it boils down to the lady there at the end of the table," he added, referring to Budget department officer-in-charge (OIC) Janet Abuel.
"The length of contract is perfect, he is happy with that, it just boils down to terms."
He said: "Their complaint often boils down to the position that it is always right to intervene when Muslims are victims, as in Bosnia or Kosovo, and always wrong when the Muslims are the oppressors or terrorists, as with the Taliban or in Iraq."
One writer, in other words, says that the unity of Sacred Scripture is so complete that it all boils down to one Word (namely, Jesus), a fully supportable claim, and another writer confirms this by stating, "The books contain ...
It boils down to her Benito Middle School science experiment.
"When you look at FTAA, it really boils down to NAFTA and Mercosur," then-U.S.
What they love most about dancing for MMDG boils down to this.
What all of this really boils down to is an attempt at piecemeal transfer of sovereignty--essentially America's ability to make its own laws and rules in every aspect of life, not just business deals--to the UN's WTO.
"However much government ministers spin this story as a progressive move, it all boils down to money."
His formal language generally boils down to outlines of generic landscapes and figures.
It all boils down to how well you can communicate your services, experts say.