for nuts

for nuts

Well at all. Primarily heard in UK. Oh, you'll definitely beat Sarah for that role in the musical—she's can't sing for nuts.
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for nuts

even tolerably well. British informal
1934 Angela Thirkell Wild Strawberries That Miss Stevenson can't play for nuts.
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References in classic literature ?
Perhaps he also was looking for nuts; he seemed to be sniffing around.
One Saturday morning when he was about to set off for the woods with the sling in his pocket and a bag for nuts on his shoulder, his grandfather stopped him.
It--vas a good year, I remember, for nuts. We used to fill gourds with nuts and carry them to the pounding-places.
'Farmers should know the ban is an advantage that will give them higher bargaining powers when processors start scrambling for nuts,' Kihara said.
Nuts for nuts? Daily serving may help control weight and benefit health.
Nonetheless, the craze for nuts has no boundaries, as they come with a distinct flavour and aroma.
The road to the Middle East began 4 years ago for Nuts 'N More, with a purchase order from Kuwait.
This simple step will improve almost any recipe that calls for nuts, and may also boost antioxidant levels in some nuts.
Located on a large harbor at the end of an ancient trade route, Beirut became a destination for nuts from around the world more than 400 years ago.
Enhanced for the novice with the color photography illustrations and the inclusion of a glossary, a resources list, and nutrition tables for nuts, "The Nut Gourmet" is an ideal and enthusiastically recommended specialty addition to personal and community library cookbook collections.
Research suggests they are, but you won't find the heart-healthy claim for nuts on cans of the treat, which hails from Hawaii and Australia.
Demand for nuts has increased by 81 per cent since last summer and supermarkets believe the number of people following the GI diet could be fuelling the trend.
Because pecans require well over 200 frost-free days for nuts to reach maturity, pecan production in the United States is restricted pretty much to southern states and California, those that fall within growing Zones 6 to 9.
The draft Regulation sets out the following population thresholds for determining NUTS regions:from 3 million to 7 million for NUTS 1from 800 000 to 3 million for NUTS 2from 150 000 to 800 000 for NUTS 3Member States' existing administrative units for classification purposes are listed in annexes to the Regulation which also stipulates the procedure to be followed to change from one classification to another.