90: Jones gets down
to his left to force Gusev's shot past the post.
Beginning with a description of the mission, Yarsinke quickly gets down
to cases, listing reasons for the lack of a search and rescue effort to retrieve Speicher early on.
The final chapter gets down
to details in developing a useable inventory for the organization's information and print format assets.
* ABC Tim Hicks, content strategist aka "The Duke of URL" at TRH Communications in Victoria, B.C., Canada, e-mails the generous observation "I've enjoyed your column (in CW) for a long time." He then gets down
to business with "I've been fighting against improper use of 'their' for nearly as long.
An interesting thing about tape is that it gets down
to how fast you can access tape and the volatility you have.
I don't know about you but I do not want to be a fly on the wall when Roy finally gets down
to having Pat's earrings off.
After a critical review of the literature on Civitali and a brief account of what is known of his life she gets down
to her real concerns.
"If it gets down
to $1 a watt, which won't be too far away, solar power will be cheaper than buying electricity on the grid," he says.
It really gets down
to an issue of setting standards, and that's something that just has to be managed every day.
But when it gets down
to specifics, eyes glaze over: How does one animal, part, cut, or grade compare to another?
|Paddy gets down
on one knee giving Rhona a new ring EASTENDERS (BBC1, 7.30pm) AFTER the electrifying events at their Halloween party - when Stacey was rushed to hospital - Martin is delighted to see her story on the front page of the local paper with the headline 'Miracle Baby'.
She is then speechless when her boyfriend also gets down
on bended knee and proposes.