They have opened my eyes to new opportunities and, trust me, they have been responsible for a lot more than the grunt work
With every hit song, there's a man doing the grunt work
that holds it all together.
Thankfully, Microsoft has taken the grunt work
out of explaining that process.
Perhaps if your brother - and I'm speculating - were to accept working for a lower pay or even begin doing grunt work
at the bottom of the ladder, he would have been employed.
If you always wanted to open a Pizza Shop, this is a great opportunity as all the grunt work
has been done.
Once you come up with a hypothesis based on your intuition as a human, you can turn over a lot of grunt work
to the computer," he added.
The Army is considering taking over much of the grunt work
that in recent years has been performed by contractors, such as maintaining helicopters and fixing trucks.
Now, outsourcing the grunt work
is how things started out in the drug discovery business, too, and it makes sense, but we're going to have to look out that we don't go down the same chute into the dumpster as Boeing's project did.
Analysts are typically recent undergraduates who work long hours and do a fair bit of grunt work
A machine-forged aluminum frame (one piece), side plate and spool, plus oversized bearings and center shaft, handle the grunt work
for Fin-Nor Santiago SA12 and SA16 conventional reels.
It was just my luck that Treasure (Films) rang up," said Holly, who after a certain amount of grunt work
became an assistant to Treasure's Rob Walpole ("I Went Down," "The Eclipse") and even spent a six-month stint making a Roddy Doyle-authored stop-motion animation film at a castle in Westmeath.
Falcons conditioning head Andy Smith has revealed he will cut back some of the heavy weight-based grunt work
in order to deliver a squad that can carry out Tait's gameplan to the letter.
People just don't want to do the grunt work
anymore and a lot of the Elders who do have the knowledge of tanning hide are passing on," said Jobin about the labour-intensive process of tanning hide.
Were it not for the acumen and diligent grunt work
of friends, associates, and admirers, Spicer's now-growing legacy as a seminal twentieth-century poet might have remained an insider's secret.
The result was a bitterly fought election that featured such modern contrivances as carefully orchestrated newspaper attacks, fundraising, opinion polls, dirty tricks, and the growing recognition that elections could not be won without political parties to do the grunt work