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Oh, stinginess may be abused like other virtues: it will not do to keep one's own pigs lean," said Mrs.
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Chapters cover everything from the simple checkmate-in-four-moves trap to dealing with a blocked center in the board due to pawn play to the advantage of applying gambits to keep one's opponent off-guard and much more.
Written for the lay person, Lessons From The Miracle Doctors offers sound advice on enzymes, herbs that promote health, how to keep one's liver clean, turning around one's thoughts to a positive attitude, the incomparable value of vigorous exercise, and much more.
This was an exhibition hounded by war, but Efrat Shvily's folksy video art and David Reeb's flinty paintings provide stirring examples of the struggle to keep one's artistic bearings in the face of cyclical violence.
Or it's because everyone is so darn physically perfect that it's nearly impossible to keep one's clothing on.
To keep one's head down, to hope that you won't be noticed and that you'll stay safe is analogous to the ostrich with its head in the sand.
At MainStay Suites, guests enjoy all the comforts of a home away from home -- at a rate that will keep one's budget in line.
Each offered recipe is designed to be adaptible to the user's need, as well as speedy to learn and apply, and the list of recommended "best practices" such as "Do not use wild cards in Ant scripts" and "Prefer classes over interfaces to store constants" will keep one's code legible and easily modifiable to co-workers, assistants or successors.
Tips, tricks, and techniques for landing an interview and earning a job include how to format an impressive resume, how to dress to make a good first impression, ways to keep one's cool during an interview, and how to keep one's eyes and ears open for advancement opportunities.
How does one keep one's faith after suffering irreparable loss?
Especially now that company executives are intoning things about "Getting back to what made this company great," which essentially means "Doing what we've always known how to do," there is a tendency to want to keep one's head down.