without much ado

without much ado

Without a lot of commotion, excitement, or ceremony. You'd think they would want as much publicity about the new product as possible, but they just quietly released it onto the market without much ado. For all the media attention on the suspect when she was caught, her trial came and went without much ado.
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without much ado

If something happens without much ado, no fuss is made about it. The first of a number of problem dates for computing's millennium bug has come and gone without much ado.
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In fact, without much ado, these three issues represent the spirit of the reasons behind the resignation, and Tuesday's solution has obviously addressed these grievances at the highest level.
It calls for the appointment of a competent person without much ado.
They scrap the existing constitution, oust all the officials owing allegiance thereto, appoint their own, and punish their perceived enemies without much ado.
One well-placed shot will take down even the biggest sambar without much ado.
Rhys Buckley edged his try count further ahead of his yellow card total in what is becoming an eventful and impressive campaign for the in-form hooker, by riding a maul over the Welsh line without much ado about anything.
We, the fortunate human beings who have been blessed with all basic needs, nay even luxurious lives by the Grace of God, can join hands in starting a fund exclusively for really helping many needy people without much ado.
In 2004, when it came to power, Congress pledged to overhaul a law whose wide definition of 'public use' means people can be evicted without much ado off their lands, and which omitted to lay down rules for compensation and rehabilitation.
For the journos hovering around for juicy tidbits, it was a long wait -- the Warriors trooped after two in the night and hit the bar without much ado, refusing to oblige anyone with a quote or a quip.
He further said its branch/operation managers responsibility to improve, streamline the issues facing branch and authorized them to take worthwhile measures at branch without much ado for creating a wonderful work place that welcomes all customers.
The 2011 class is special in that it include the most recognized and prolific inventor in history, as well as two men whose achievements, while notable, have slowly faded into the historically landscape without much ado.
According to her daughter, Princess Noura bint Abdullah, she used to help poor families without much ado.
The United States didn't have to make this announcement and in such a sensational manner, first because the Patriot missiles were already deployed in the region and could be increased without much ado, and second because the navy ships were also deployed in the region to begin with," Khoury argued.
We can do that without much ado if we firmly believe in prevention as a far better alternative to cure.
In addition, the powerful general Ely Ould Mohamed Vall left power without much ado.
Already launched without much ado in several European countries, the US, Australia and Japan, the tool has been received sceptically here in the UK.