The developments in Cairo and Hama this week are significant because they go to the heart of the matter
of who ultimately shapes national policy in Arab states.
To us, it was clear that to express a sense of China's immense geography, the rich diversity of its peoples and their history, and the sheer scale and complexity of the First Emperor's achievements, we needed, physically, to go to the heart of the matter
in Xi'an, Shaanxi province, where the soldiers were discovered.
It doesn't really go to the heart of the matter
, which is making sure buildings can ultimately get conventional financing," said Appel.
His words - a sharp contrast to the stance he took while at the Foreign Office between 2005-08 - go to the heart of the matter
While men debate their two-layer items, women go to the heart of the matter
, take many more risks and accomplish much more.
Unfortunately, the changes do not go to the heart of the matter
," said the letter to ICANN's Board, signed by Network Solutions and seven other registrars.
go to the heart of the matter
when they identify this critical gap in the research.
With two of three days gone in their formal presentation of the evidence, the House managers were to go to the heart of the matter
Saturday and argue that Clinton's behavior, criminal or not, amounts to impeachable offenses calling for his ouster under the Constitution.
Calming the universities down, stopping grade inflation, making students study, all of that may be salutary, but it does not go to the heart of the matter
Frankly, we think reform should go to the heart of the matter