During his first training camp in some time, De La Hoya and his handlers have tried to cover all the bases
From art (the gallery of "Crazy LP Covers," posted December 5, 2002) to technology ("$140 Walking Robot," July 30, 2002), from foreign affairs to domestic ("Get your rolls of anti-United Nations toilet paper here," February 20, 2001), the links on this site cover all the bases
Even those with the broadest coverage and largest market share, such as Concord Communications, can't cover all the bases
, and in attempting to do so may fall down when it comes to integrating and correlating the information delivered.
Despite the social history subtitle, later chapters on work and women seem more justified by the attempt to cover all the bases
than by the relevant material they marshal, and Lancaster is far more interesting and innovative when he writes about businessmen and their competitors.
They've been trying to cover all the bases
to make sure it's all moving forward.
Due to the things that have been going on (at other schools), we have to cover all the bases
We had to cover all the bases
,'' said Bill Brown, a Forest Service biologist.