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We think he's ready so we might as well try to kill two birds with one stone and put him to the test over a shorter trip than a mile.
That's the weekend the reunions are held and people can kill two birds with one stone,'' said Jeannette McIntyre, the publicity chairwoman.
1952), which is that one needs as many tools as one has goals, or "you cannot kill two birds with one stone.
But we can kill two birds with one stone by spending a small amount of the cleanup research and development money we're spending anyway on Russian scientists, who would work for less and would develop solutions that both Russia and the United States could use.
Since AML and CFT are compliance driven costs to every financial institution, it just makes sense to kill two birds with one stone with this application.
It seems to believe that with its inaction and the inevitable fall of Ain al-Arab, it can kill two birds with one stone.
He could kill two birds with one stone by having his last fight in Vegas and getting married by an Elvis impersonator.
Therefore, I propose that if the statue of the big hairy gorilla lumbers its way back to Brum, we kill two birds with one stone.
uk OFFICIALS have come up with an idea which could kill two birds with one stone.
And, as a result of my extensive research, I have come up with an idea which could hopefully kill two birds with one stone - or, rather, solve two very big problems in our society.
Well now you can kill two birds with one stone by going on a 'Dukan Cruise'.
If this happens Katie wants to kill two birds with one stone and follow up her night of passion last month with Kelly Brook's former love Cipriani, 24.
He added: "People can kill two birds with one stone - save money and tackle climate change as individuals.
Washington, February 10 (ANI): British film star Robert Pattinson apparently knows how to kill two birds with one stone, for he once got rid of his loneliness by taking a female stalker out for dinner, and later used a crafty way to ensure that she never returned back.
Colin Montgomerie is not alone in thinking that this week's Accenture world match play championship in Arizona is something of a lottery but the 44-year-old Scot also knows it is a massive opportunity for him to kill two birds with one stone.