A nice job
I had to get her away--a nice job
to stop her from writing letters to you--a nice job
to keep her here.
I hanna had a talk with you this long while, and the missis here wants you to see what can be done with her best spinning-wheel, for it's got broke, and it'll be a nice job
to mend it--there'll want a bit o' turning.
At the beginning of the game I thought we did a nice job
running the floor," Weber said.
Mitch did a nice job
boxing out, did some nice rebounding, and played tough, hard-nosed, aggressive defense.
Welcome exceptions are William Galston, who does a nice job
with the political wellsprings of contemporary education-policy differences, and attorney Paul Dimond, who shows how school choice advances the "democratic ideal of free common schools.
A well written story that is geared towards the mature reader, Simone does a nice job
of raising our awareness on issues that have remained taboo in the Black community for far too long.
He did a nice job
of explaining the difference between leadership and management and the important role of PM as leader.
The authors do a nice job
of reviewing the informatics field at a high level, indicating where one may go for further information on any specific topic.
The authors did a nice job
of presenting those problems as well as suggestions for addressing them in sensitive ways.
Just a brief note to tell you what a nice job
BIBR did on the black gay literature features, "Out, No Doubt" and "Documenting a Black Gay and Lesbian Literary Canon," in the July-August 2004 issue.
Alan Culpepper does a nice job
of describing the manager's action in the three possible scenarios and accessing the likelihood of each: (1) Continue on that path of irresponsibility, concluding the job in the same dishonest way.
The owners have done a nice job
of creating a brand," says Moger, who admits he was disappointed when they decided not to press ahead with their expansion plans in 2001.