“There's no evidence at this point that the Bush administration is prepared to get into the kind of nitty-gritty give - and-take wheeling-and-dealing negotiating that the North Koreans have repeatedly signaled they would be interested in if they were to put their missile nuclear programs on the table.”
“But they were the kind of nitty-gritty measures that need to take place in our health care system in terms of cost containment.”
“But, said several sources, as a former AOL lawyer and dealmaker, Clarizio (pictured here) is not regarded by top execs the kind of nitty-gritty sales exec that AOL needs now, as it seeks to revive its fortunes.”
“Once you're getting all A's on their report, you can move on to this kind of nitty gritty stuff.”
“Each step is a battle, esp. for new entrants, with few people to understand the nitty-gritties, be receptive, or offer help.”
“He covers all the nitty gritty issues, right down to the nightmare experiences of remodeling an old, old Mexican house (like we did). lol.”
“Take liberties with the imaginary aspects of your writing – and that can be most of it – but when it comes to the nitty-gritty, get it right.”
“But, I rest assured that my blogger of choice, Mattywonk Yglesias, a man who loves the nitty gritty of the legislative process, is on top of things.”
“I have to say seems as if you have got the truehearted nitty-gritty of the state of affairs in the current situation.”
“I have to say appears as if you completely got the literal nitty-gritty of the position at this time.”
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