Coach Ron Washington said of Darvish, "He pitched a heckuva
com), the get-on-the-mountain-first breakfast ticket program, is just $i8 with a $95 lift ticket--a heckuva
lot cheaper than a helicopter ride.
What I did have a small problem with was the fact that though the book is set in the post-WWII era, Jack is one heckuva
forward thinking guy.
The sarcastic response will be, "Oh yeah, and you've done a heckuva
job," Borkowski said.
Throw in a good dose of family dysfunction and Chanse's charm as a private investigator, and you have one heckuva
I wish it still had a rubber grip for gloved work, but it's still a heckuva
I managed, with the click of a button, to wipe a heckuva
load of info off wherever all that stuff is stored.
They're going to end up having a good year because (Howland) is a heckuva
coach," Butler coach Brad Stevens said.
Jim Mason's Animal Factories (Three Rivers Press), written with Peter Singer and published in 1980, could be re-released today without a heckuva
lot of updating.
Upon realizing this, another colleague commented, "It's a heckuva
day when a pack of cigarettes is cheaper than a gallon of gas.
Milbank includes a glossary for readers not understanding Potomac Land language ("You're doing a heckuva
job" means "You will be fired in tan days"); he does not include an index because Potomac Man would search for his own name in the index without reading the book.
Allbaugh, of course, bequeathed to the nation as his successor his old college buddy who got the kiss of death when President Bush famously declared "you're doing a heckuva
job, Brownie" in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina nearly three years ago.
And not to oversimplify things here, but configuring a communications server on a network and managing it in the same manner as a business application server is a heckuva
lot less complicated than hooking up a PBX to an ACD box, an IVR system, an auto-attendant, an e-mail server and countless other systems.
It takes a heckuva
constitution to swallow a mouthful of scorpions
JOB: Former television reporter and Bush campaign event planner Rhode had little disaster management experience when he came to FEMA.