“The phrase "there's an app for that" has become a popular punch line and much of the reason for that can be attributed to Fred and Paul Jacobs and their creativity.”
“He says in the long term there's a risk that might change if the U.S. doesn't get its national debt under control.”
“Longer term there's going to be demand" for nuclear power, Caldwell's Kinsey said.”
“Near term there's going to be a little volatility.”
“Near-term there's still a lot of reason for gold to outperform other commodities because we don't think that problems are being resolved.”
“In the longer-term there's actually no fundamental conflict between companies and regulators," Gross-Selbeck said at the conference.”
“With more and more information available in English, there's less reason to learn Spanish and, as a consequence, less opportunity to understand the local culture.”
“In short, there's lots to lose—the U.S. has often struggled in such venues—and little to gain.”
“In short, there's abundant evidence to suggest that we have shifted a bit from a culture that emphasized self-effacement - I'm no better than anybody else, but nobody is better than me - to a culture that emphasizes self-expansion.”
“This is perhaps one of the most disappointing power-ups of the series, lasting a bit too long and being relatively useless unless there's a kart or projectile right next to you which you can thwack away.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘there's’.
Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
Particularly interesting grammatical quirks.
Yes, I said interesting. Who are you looking at so strangely?
Looking for tweets for there's.