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If a no-hoper is a person with no hope, then ought not a no-brainer be someone without a brain?
BARKING MAD: Rob Schneider stars in the no-brainer comedy The Animal (12)
Combined with MRO's ability to integrate their workflow with our EMR system makes this a no-brainer.
SEANIE MAGUIRE says it was a no-brainer to join champions Dundalk after his release from West Ham.
Everybody who I spoke to had nothing but good words to say about everything and everybody at the club, which made this decision a no-brainer.
He has the respect of all of his team-mates and whoever he plays against, overseas as well as in this country, it's a no-brainer for me.
gwapi2 Picking Ruby a no-brainer I don't know why such a big fuss has been made about who rides Hurricane Fly.
Robbie is such an outstanding goalscorer for Ireland that he's obviously earned the right to start, but sooner or later someone is going to realise it's a no-brainer to partner Shane and Kevin.
He said: "The chance to come back to the SPL was a no-brainer but after what happened at Gretna and Livi the boys have tarred me the angel of death
FOR most, it's a no-brainer that public safety should be the government's top job, while eating veggies ought to be a matter of personal choice.
MICHAEL McIndoe prepared to face the wrath of the Barnsley fans at Molineux this afternoon by insisting: "It was a no-brainer to move to Wolves".
This type of homeland security should be a no-brainer.
When you compare the number of Iraqi civilians who may have lost their lives in this war compared to the number of lives that Saddam was taking, going to Iraq was a no-brainer.
The high fuel economy of diesel-powered vehicles, such as the Volkswagen Golf GL TDI, may seem like a no-brainer for environmentalists looking for a new car.
For film composer Miriam Cutler, the decision to score Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe's Lost in La Mancha was a no-brainer.