If I am a short-tongued fellow, it may amount to the same thing
The free charging credits amount to the same thing
as being given free gas when buying a new car.
Lewis argued that indeterminacy in personal identity allows caring about psychological connectedness and caring about personal identity to amount to the same thing
This movement goes under different names - it is sometimes dubbed 'financial life planning' while others know it as 'holistic life planning' - but they amount to the same thing
The Englishman, who has won eight of his past nine meetings with Van Gerwen, is 8-15 to continue that sizzling sequence - you can back him at 4-7 with Victor Chandler to wind up with the better average, which doesn't always amount to the same thing
but is definitely a punt to consider.
Spending limits on cards of, say, pounds 5,000 or pounds 6,000 are handed out far more generously than personal loans - though they amount to the same thing
- and companies are amazingly aggressive when even a first repayment is missed.
In other words, whether you sell to your son, or any third party, will amount to the same thing
whereby the lender will have first call on the proceeds of sale.
It was also slammed by World Bankers Association and the Conservative Party, who amount to the same thing
All too often, these amount to the same thing
, because old folk have to choose between heating and eating, with tragic consequences.
Doesn't that amount to the same thing
- belt-tightening which is putting lives as risk?
I think that we have to remember that in the business environment investment can take many forms; as well as capital, we must consider our people and we consider our processes, and in many cases these amount to the same thing
Shared values" and "the notion of a common good" pretty much amount to the same thing
They amount to the same thing
in Ritchie's universe, where God does play at dice, because the only faith to be had rests in a hyperinformatics or game theory, via which any component can be recombined with every other, scribbled on or underwritten by reams of code that aren't meant to be deciphered.
Even if it's not 'watered-down,' but it is not constitutional, that would amount to the same thing
David Cameron has not actually declared "don't hold your breath", but his latest words to those senior Tories and others calling for a second Commons vote on military action against Syria amount to the same thing