Cuming's growth will need additional capital and resources which can be more easily provided via a public traded company such as Deep Down
, Larry Parkinson, president of Cuming, added.
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"We know deep down
below 7,000 feet there's mineralization down there and we're only at 4,500," says Whyte.
We all like to moan about the unfairness of speed cameras but we also know deep down
that, they are there to do us good.
"I think a lot of people, deep down
, want to have it all: to be in the middle of everything, but at the same time have a refuge--in the middle of everything," said Mr.
Feldman writes supports the argument for accountable vouchers that one "might think deep down
she agrees with me.
And, maybe deep down
inside, I feel a little guilty for benefiting from that experience.
If you think deep down
she might have a valid point (maybe you did jump to a wrong conclusion or misjudge her), you might say, "Let me think about it, and let's talk again tomorrow when we've calmed down."
And yet, in the spirit of "I'm rubber, you're glue," it's comforting to assume that the inventors of this cynical campaign knew deep down
what the appellation "scum" rightly designated.
The truth is that even millions of Americans who support and vote for gun control own guns themselves, because deep down
they share the basic human need to feel secure in their homes....
But deep down
we believe that no matter how good our players are, they just couldn't do it without our expert coaching.
"Jim's happy, but I think that deep down
, there's a little jealousy [among the other children]," reflects Horace.
But deep down
inside, in that place where I still fear to go, the little voice kept asking me questions: "What if others on the faculty knew that I really do not know what I am doing?" "Are my students really learning what I am teaching?
Until recently, it was impossible for me to admit, even deep down
, how much I need both to be able to give love to someone else and to dare to receive it; how much I need to take the risk of stepping out on this fragile wind- and storm-tossed bridge, where the thin ropes could break and throw me into the void and the unknown.
How many of us have attended--or purposely not attended--an awards ceremony for a colleague whose honor we secretly, deep down
, felt we should be getting ourselves?