No matter how much you love your husband, or how much your sister's hangnail
is annoying her, it's not worth using your tools to help.
I couldn't say because I'm concentrating on a hangnail
I've just found.I like swimming but not to that high a level.
"You're the Hangnail
in My Life (and I Can't Bite You Off)"
"People call 911 for every little hangnail
Who would also adore me." She's let go of his hand now and is biting her own, tearing at a hangnail
with her teeth.
Once we have taken the position of many stem-cell advocates that embryos are discardable tissue with no more intrinsic value than a hangnail
or an appendix, then all barriers are down.
Although I was skeptical that a couple of tiny threads of fabric stuck on a hangnail
of the victim's hand would really warrant such a suspicion; but maybe that's just me.
I've photographed injured grizzlies, a moose drunk on fermented springtime willow-mulch, and a bad-tempered badger with a festered hangnail
, and never had such resistance!
Don't take the term "self-funding" too literally; it doesn't mean that you as an employer manage the claim for everything from a hangnail
to heart surgery.
I sat with my arms crossed like a pouting child, tucked my hands inside my jacket sleeves, and discreetly picked at a hangnail
on my right thumb.
The question was like a hangnail
. Or did it have a mind?
* Commenting on the reimportation of prescription drugs from Canada, Bernauer, in stating his company's position against the practice, nonetheless categorized the issue as "more hangnail
than heart attack." The implication: Amid all the hoopla the issue is a small one indeed when measured against the backdrop of pharmacy in America.
It doesn't take more than a hangnail
or a sprained ankle to get one.
Sometimes, firing unprofitable customers is as effective as amputating a finger to heal a hangnail
. One business value of CRM is delivered when we use technology to retain customers, and to streamline and align our internal operations to make them more profitable, rather than to decide which ones to get rid of.
As The New England Journal of Medicine succinctly argued in an editorial published just weeks before the decision, "A treatment for any other condition, from hangnail
to headache to heart disease, with a similar record of safety and efficacy would be approved quickly."