"Since starting Marc Means Business
five years ago, I have worked in 60 different jobs around the Metroplex.
"If somebody like that gives you his shirt number, it's not to play around with, it is to try and do as much as he did - that's my motivation," he said, The Guinea international showed he means business
in more pragmatic ways too, on day one at Melwood.
The Jim Taylor Memorial Handicap (2.55) is the third race on the card and a Nottingham Means Business
spokesman said: "Last year's event was one Jim was working on just before he passed away.
It would beat the Olympics by a mile and show the rest of England that the North means business
. JOHN WARMINGHAM, Wetheral, Cumbria
The campaign, called 'Dubai means business
', emphasises the emirate's key geographical location between east and west and argues that 'when you run the numbers, Dubai means business
The recent Design Means Business
exhibition moved to a new venue, Durbar Court which forms part of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, where design graduates from leading UK colleges displayed their to invited company executives, designers and technologists; and for their tutors to develop links with guests from the textile, clothing and footwear industries.
Jim set up Beaumont Upholstery in June last year with support and funding from South Tyneside Means Business
So each day, throughout "Quest Means Business
," we have been filling two vases with apples, a Red Delicious or green Granny Smith's apples to get an "overview on earnings" (don't worry -- the apples didn't go to waste, we gave them away at the end of the week.)
Richard Newman, a professional body language coach, recently wrote in Forbes that putting hands palms down is a sign that someone means business
. When haggling over price, for instance, Newman says "palms down" is often a clear, nonverbal signal that a potential buyer intends to walk away.
Summary: Dubai seeks to boost ties with Singapore- Jafza represents Dubai at the Dubai Means Business
Commerce Seminar in Singapore
THE Institute of Directors and Coventry University are next week due to launch the 2009 Coventry Means Business
I suspect Gareth is looking for positive proof Martin O'Neill really means business
this summer in the transfer market as tangible proof of the club's real ambition.