simple job

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It was a simple job and now some bureaucrat has decided to make it more complicated and more expensive for communities.
It's a simple job that goes wrong fast, plunging Burch into a ruthless contest where nothing and nobody can be trusted.
A seemingly simple job if not done with extreme caution can cost him his life.
Do not assume that you understand everything that went into a simple job description.
Sowter intercepted an attempted clearance in the air and, having beaten his man, played a clever pass to Foster who had the simple job of tapping home.
Mr Thompson then assumes it is a simple job to move money from one part of the council's budget to another.
How farcical that a simple job of clearing dangerous material should take weeks of cajoling by councillors, residents (Mr Tyrer's persistence is to be commended) and the media.
Franco explained why Eurolabel again selected Martin Automatic roll changers for the new press, saying, "Martin doesn't complicate what is essentially a simple job with needless technology.
And if you think that must be a simple job, just consider for a moment the enormous size of a typical tanker or container ship entering the port these days.
The Karrimor Multi Armband is a simple design that does the simple job it's made for; it stays in place, fits the phone/key/wallet trio, but keeps them compact enough not to get in the way as you arm-pump up the hill.
The Karrimor Multi Armband is a simple design that does the simple job it's made for; it stays in place, fits the Perfect - and the fact there'space for the fitted water bag is probably all that matters.
This poor lady who has to take care of her family is suffering a lot, she is trying to get a simple job, and there isn't a soul here in Bahrain who is even willing to give her a chance.