But if a [valued] company is struggling, we're going to do our damnedest
to support them.
I see the Eden Alternative, for example, as simply another manifestation of quality management: You're doing your damnedest
to keep the customer happy--and if it happens to involve livestock, so be it
Pena would get the city into the damnedest
boondoggles, not because he stood to personally profit, but because he couldn't say no when somebody brought him a project," notes Don Bain, the chairman of the Colorado Republicans who ran unsuccessfully against Pena in 1987.
Big business, and its apologists in the media, have done their damnedest
to discredit this idea, and to scare the American public that Social Security and Medicare are going bankrupt.
Ryu Murakami's Sixty-Nine is an autobiographical novel that looks back at a group of high school students stuck in the sticks of western Japan in 1969 but doing their damnedest
nevertheless to be part of the youthquake then shaking the world.
The lines of communication go down, but rarely up as management tries its damnedest
to control the information flow.
The impression they give of powerful vulnerability or vulnerably power--as if a gorilla were doing its damnedest
to fit in at a tea party--has increased, if anything.
Or is it staying and trying to do your damnedest
to make something happen?
He had no enemies and he complemented the company he kept, brought kudos to all on the sporting field, at rugby and cricket, and even did his damnedest
to contribute to his hut's successful marathon effort to outshine the other services in a spickand-span inter-service competition for the cleanest hut.
And you look at the way Paul Caddis played again, for example, and the response of Andrew Shinnie doing his damnedest
in his favoured role.
They could have won that game and I'm sure they'll be doing their damnedest
to win the game.
Because lucky we were to get oncologist Jo Dent and her team who did their damnedest
to give him a few more months.
We'll do our damnedest
, that's what we are trying to achieve.
Harrington's belief is at odds with that of Woods who has maintained that as he tried his damnedest
in every Ryder Cup he couldn't possibly put any more into the US cause.
MPs of all political parties should be doing their damnedest
not to let this through.