““Nick,” said the congressman, rising, hand out, “Jack Ridings, Wyoming, thanks so much for giving us a few,” and the other quickly fell into line, IDing himself behind the well-turned-out presentation as Bill Fedders, no affiliation but by implication powerful affiliation.”
“He felt a curious, naggling sliver of shame somewhere within him, not so much for having taken the girls' part against his uncle, but for having understood their feelings—for having understood anyone's feelings.”
“Helen Silberblatt, thanks so much for all your freelance publicizing—but really for the precious gift of your friendship.”
““Well, so much for Captain Sivok not wanting our help,” al-Khaled said, unable to suppress a grin.”
“And we were still wandering around in a need-coffee coma, half dressed, our “boutiques” bare, no food out, and so much for our plan to put cute price stickers on the items with little product details.”
“And was I just imagining that Bran was acting weird because he was doing so much for our family and I was just me—Britt Lassiter, an okay kid, but nobody special?”
“I cannot ask him because Wayne Oates was one of those who died in the past year, remembered in history not so much for his fifty-seven books and hundreds of published articles, but for his undisputed coinage of a necessary word.”
“In 1968, the eminent city planner Martin Meyerson described the challenges facing American cities: “The greatest need in our cities is not so much for a giant rebuilding program as for a giant upsurge of popular concern for and pride in the urban environment.””
“James Edward Smith, Jr: Thank you so much for your tough love.”
“She had done so much for me—offered me an apartment, representation at one of the best agencies in town, a semisane adult to talk to when my mom went off the deep end—and what had I done for her?”
‘so much for’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
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