The bill still faces tough sledding
in the legislature.
That's tough sledding
, particularly in the Big Ten.
So when that occurs, it's tough sledding
for the quarterback or the running back or just the rhythm and cohesion.
Just knowing that people are gone can sound like tough sledding
This approach can make for tough sledding
But ye of little faith will find it tough sledding
Walking through the streets of Boston
Many of these tax increases face tough sledding
in Republican-controlled legislatures like Nevada's.
During a period of tough sledding
for most conventional supermarket operators, Dillon, who served as Kroger's chief executive officer for a decade starting in 2003 and assumed the additional role of chairman beginning a year later, kept the company on course to expand its reach and deliver consistently strong financial results.
As this short description indicates, the preface is tough sledding
, but rewarding, and will require some careful reading along with a willingness to come to terms with difficult philosophical concepts.
So just when we need the purchase markets to start picking up the slack--it sounds like it will be tough sledding
for some time to come.
Some of the more experimental prose poems may be tough sledding
for the casual, nonacademic reader, but even they contain interesting views of UP life and culture.
The manufacturer advised there would be "three days of hell and three weeks of tough sledding
If political leaders pay particular attention to the opinions of swing voters, the teachers union may experience some tough sledding
in the political arena in the years ahead.
Once the sun's up the livebait guys can sometimes entice the fish out with shiners, but it's often tough sledding
for anglers who prefer to sling plastic.