PEOPLE only do reality shows to get in the papers.
The booing of Peter was not good. Unfortunately, people believe what they read in the papers.
You should've seen the stacks of papers we had, ... We did research on everybody. I could tell you the kicker for every single school in Division I football now.
When Tribune acquired Times Mirror they acquired papers with much lower operating profits than Tribune papers have traditionally thrown off. The L.A. Times has a larger staff than is typical for that size of paper. They've been trying to address that without appearing to be a slash-and-burn company.
Someone from that department will come out and watch us burn their papers.
Just because I've signed his papers doesn't mean he's going to ride. It could be next week, it could be next month, it will be up to me when I feel the time is right.
If I lose my job, it's worth it. It's worth losing several jobs to get my papers.
I am not going to try this case on motion papers. We have things our defense will be pegged on that will come out before the jury.
She's in very good health, she's got good sight, is able to read the papers and watch television, and doesn't walk with a stick.
shred papers, do filing and accumulate data.
I don?t think the taxpayers in the Pottsgroves want to pay teachers to shred papers when so much depends on the district?s performance on things like the PSSA tests and No Child Left Behind.
He disappeared into the cold one night, and she took out commitment papers, because she knew about his mental illness.
Tidied all my papers. Tore up and ruthlessly destroyed much. This is always a great satisfaction.
That's a difficult one. Scientists are asked to referee a lot of papers and to a certain extent we have to believe each other as to the validity of the data.
I've done this wrong a couple times, not knowing the market I went into. We have been scouring the papers and trying to understand where it is that we're going.
Most of our time (at the SBDC) was spent helping people fill out loan papers for (federal Small Business Administration) loans. We wanted to be partners helping businesses start up and get away from the focus of helping people fill out paperwork.
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Many foreigners are deprived of their liberty, some with legal residence papers, some claiming asylum, who say they have been arrested arbitrarily and are not able to contest the validity of their detention.
I took nothing from my house, ... I've got my purse, and it had some of my important papers, but when I looked inside, it was all wet. It smells like a hurricane smells. I'm just going to throw it away.
Don't forget to take a deep breath and get your papers in order.
If you don't know what to do with many of the papers piled on your desk, stick a dozen colleagues initials on them and pass them along. When in doubt, route.
I've seen it on TV. I read it in papers. I heard it from just people, professors, everybody. 'Do you think Joe should retire? You think Joe still has it? You think the water's a little bit above his head?' I hear nobody saying that now.
Leaks like that to the press may cause people to be accused falsely in the papers. It's a despicable way to run a DA's office.
I am not dead as you can see for yourselves. These are my identification papers so let's get on with it I need to vote now.
Give him a pen and papers.