Sometimes it takes an expert to point out the obvious.
We have been at pains to point out that we've got the critical three months to Christmas to go. If we get to January and we're on a similar sort of track, then we can start talking about a recovery.
It's very important to point out this isn't an either-or situation between the traditional economy and the emerging one. Economic diversity is important.
A strong passion for any object will ensure success, for the desire of the end will point out the means.
People are scared. I've gotten many calls, but no one would confirm anything or point out who they heard it from.
I think it is fair game to point out what he has said, ... It sounds like a powerful statement to me.
We're not mandating law enforcement do things; we're just trying to point out there are new ways, new efforts and new technology that can help find missing people.
I would like to point out that June 13 was probably the most anxious day of Michael Jackson's life. That was the day the jury reached the verdict.
We can point out problems to a charity, but we're not a service to charities.
Folks, let me point out something to you, because for a lot of people in Washington, they could not be more surprised if Fidel Castro came loping through on the back of a hippopotamus [this Election Night].
[He's quick to point out that he never really stopped digging entirely.] The thing about digging clams is it empties your mind, ... I always dug clams when I had the opportunity.
I try to point out to our players that, despite our record, we are a good team. We have athletes who can score, but the key is stopping teams on the defensive end.
We should point out that significant legal hurdles face the plaintiffs before they could prevail in these cases. Many of the agreements between the managed care companies and the physicians require arbitration and this could defuse the class actions ... However, we believe current HMO valuations assume these lawsuits will be dismissed out of hand. This is unlikely.
It's critically important (to us) to point out who the bad guys are.
That's a nightmare, ... Somebody will point out to the aged widow of some composer that they heard a snatch of (his) song. It can take time.
It's not easy to point out what the motivation is. But it may be that education is seen as a very visible sign of progress.
In case there is any misunderstanding the DA would like to point out how this latest scandal involves the ANCYL.
Well the New Year was a new beginning for us and we're one point out of third place. So we just want to keep inching up the standings board and see how high we can get. And we've got the schedule in front of us right now to do a lot of damage. We need to be focused on one game at a time and not think past our next opponent and our next game.
I ought to point out that the Dinosaur movie really is by coincidence being released this week, ... People give us too much credit. We weren't smart enough to coordinate all this.
All I can do is point out what the facts are, ... All I want to do is prove he was bad, he's racist and did it and is going to do other things in the future.
We sometimes have clients who are obsessed with taxes and we try to point out to them the bigger picture, ... Most people want to have their net worth grow. If they have to pay more taxes, so be it.
The senior manager of the mines will conduct a safety briefing to just point out to them the importance of working safely and to emphasize the need to work safely.
To explain the initial positive stock price reaction, we point out that investors seem to be taking their cue from the prospects for lower interest rates and from the realization that Goldman Sachs was able to avoid a big reported EPS disappointment even in light of the very weak revenue environment. Four our part, we would be heartened by an overt drop in U.S. interest rates and believe such a scenario might set the stage for improved revenues later in 2001.
Lines like that... they point out... almost make you think... Southwest helped produce the ad... make no mistake... they did not.
You might point out to Howard Davies that he could get no better grounding in the game of hurling than to check out the Offaly Senior Hurling Championship Q/F featuring Birr against Lusmagh next Saturday evening, with the 'throw-in' at 4:30pm in Banagher. No prizes for guessing who you'll be shouting for.