a) less than usual or don't smoke (b) same as usual (c) more than usual (d) much more than usual
a) less than usual or don't drink (b) same as usual (c) more than usual (d) much more than usual
It was no surprise that the price of oil climbed higher, but not so fast on the business as usual.
Although I disagree strongly with recent books that suggest Saudi Arabia is in the twilight of its oil reserves, I am pessimistic about the country's ability to proceed under these circumstances with business as usual.
Holmfirth Pool: Friday, December 23, open as usual; Christmas Eve to Monday, January 2, closed; Tuesday, January 3, open as usual.
30am ( 2pm; New Year's Day, closed; January 2, 8am ( 4pm; January 3, open as usual.
The state budget, as usual, was way overdue because Democrats and Republicans refused to work together.
Popular support alone can give the efforts the credibility and the momentum to overturn politics as usual.
Los Angeles County fire officials said firefighters will be sent out on patrols around their stations as usual
, looking for illegal fireworks, and there may be extra patrols in high fire-risk foothill areas.
Regardless of their feelings, for 64 percent of the respondents, it will be business as usual
Acceptance speeches as usual
were mostly selndulgent lists of names that mean nothing to the public except for the odd emotional monologues like Julia Roberts' gushing acceptance speech Sunday.
, the event will raise money for organizations that provide services to people living with HIV and AIDS.
For a party that promises politics not as usual
, Ross Perot's Reform Party - on the eve of its first national presidential nominating convention - seems to be deeply mired in, well, politics as usual
As for the other music awards, it was business as usual
with the two awards for Alan Menken and Disney's "Pocahontas.
One clear message beams through the murky confusion of the Republican presidential race so far: Most GOP voters want something starkly different from business as usual