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carry the message to Garcia

To show initiative in undertaking important or requisite tasks in the face of difficulties and/or without requiring specific instructions on how to do so. It refers to the essay "Message to Garcia," published in 1899 by Elbert Hubbard, in which a lieutenant named Andrew Rowan undertakes establishing communication with Cuban rebel leader Calixto García to create an alliance in case of war with Spain. One should always aspire to be the type of employee who will carry the message to Garcia, for it says more about you than merely doing what you're told.
See also: carry, Garcia, message

deliver the message to Garcia

To show initiative in undertaking important or requisite tasks in the face of difficulties and/or without requiring specific instructions on how to do so. It refers to the essay "Message to Garcia," published in 1899 by Elbert Hubbard, in which a lieutenant named Andrew Rowan undertakes establishing communication with Cuban rebel leader Calixto García to create an alliance in case of war with Spain. One should always aspire to be the type of employee who will deliver the message to Garcia, for it says more about you than merely doing what you're told.
See also: deliver, Garcia, message

take a message to Garcia

To show initiative in undertaking important or requisite tasks in the face of difficulties and/or without requiring specific instructions on how to do so. It refers to the essay "Message to Garcia," published in 1899 by Elbert Hubbard, in which a lieutenant named Andrew Rowan undertakes establishing communication with Cuban rebel leader Calixto García to create an alliance in case of war with Spain. One should always aspire to be the type of employee who will take a message to Garcia, for it says more about you than merely doing what you're told.
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En el ultimo parrafo de la carta, Garcia Olivilla le recuerda a Medina Mora que su padre fue condenado a cadena perpetua por un tribunal estadunidense "en una epoca en que la jurisprudencia de la Corte mexicana lo prohibia por ser violatoria del articulo 22 constitucional, por lo que no se le podia condenar, y es por ello que ruego su intervencion a fin de que se le regrese a Mexico y se le juzgue conforme a las leyes de nuestro pais".
Garcia shot the 2006 photograph of Barack Obama that Fairey used as the reference for his famous campaign posters.
Garcia is one of the few Filipina hotel managers in the country today, with most of the hotel heads being foreign expatriates.
With George Garcia, Chavez was able to play the same role as he did with his brother Marcos in the 40-plus--dig, pound and serve.
Camille Garcia has been named director of Communications and Public Relations for the Insurance Council of Texas (ICT).
Garcia identified the three alleged erring MMDA Anti-Jaywalking Unit staff as Joanna Eclarinal, Jonathan Natividad, and Frederick Arucan.
Speaking at the Maritime Colloquium in this city, Garcia emphasized that the Philippines should have followed the United Nations Convention for the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).
Leury Garcia ran into the dugout from right field and bounded up the steps moments later into the on-deck circle.
Garcia in July unified lightweight belts against Robert Easter Jr.
Joseph Garcia was four years into a 50-year sentence for a 1996 Bexar County murder when he joined six other inmates who escaped prison, went on the run and killed Irving Police officer Aubrey Hawkins in a Christmas Eve robbery.
Martha Garcia, et al.<br />Case No.: 2017AP870<br />Officials: REILLY, P.J.<br />Focus: Eviction Sufficiency of Evidence <br />Martha Garcia appeals from a $47,995.40 eviction judgment entered following a bench trial.
You can't eat David Garcia.<br />The curious saying stems from when the Democratic gubernatorial candidate served as an infantryman in the U.S.
On July 1, 2016, Fairfax Police Officer Mario Colorado responded to a domestic disturbance at the home of Appellant Jose de Leon Garcia and his wife, Ruth Beltran.
His arms wrapped around his wife and two teenage children, Jorge Garcia's eyes welled up Monday as he looked into their eyes one last time near the entrance to the airport security gate.
IF you speak to Liverpool fans about the 2004-05 season and ask them to name a Luis Garcia memory, all would say the goal against Chelsea in the Champions League semi-final.