"Peterhead just make everything so easy and it ties in with my work as well so it's a no-brainer
Is a no-brainer
, I found myself wondering, a decision so obvious that it didn't require a brain to make it, or was it the sort of decision that might be made by a person with no brain?
When you look at what is needed to do the bid as well as we can do it, and then look at what is earned for the country, you will never see more of a no-brainer
For many school administrators, what happened next would have been a no-brainer
: flip a couple of switches and say goodbye to iChat.
Certainly, that cost-benefit analysis may be different in a country with a much higher rate of HW infection, but I think the article's portrayal of circumcision as a no-brainer
is far too simplistic.
A medical facility, a place to see doctors and dentists inside a school building: it's a no-brainer
, and it exists at The Promise Academy.
"Would you agree that a dunk in water is a no-brainer
if it can save lives?" Hennen asked.
This decision to try and actually not lose money on a contract of this size has been a no-brainer
for years, but never followed through.
What Brazil is doing is a no-brainer
. Brazil started its fuel-alcohol program three decades ago.
Being polite seems like a no-brainer
, but tons of worker bees forget to show basic respect.
Writer Gary Morella, in an e-mail, remarked that it is "a sad commentary on the state of the Catholic Church in America" when a relatively small percentage of archbishops and bishops get behind an initiative that should be a "no-brainer
" for faithful Catholics.
Hybrid cars offer a no-brainer
, readily available technology that can help tackle global warming.
This seems like a no-brainer
, but a mind-boggling number of websites are stupendously confusing in terms of language.
If it's a no-brainer
scrapbooking tutorial you wish, look no further than Simple Scrapbooks: Ideas And Techniques by Deborah Cannarella and the editorial staff of "Simple Scrapbooks Magazine".
Viread can cause nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, and gas--but compared to the burden of the more hefty drug regimens that HIV-positive men endure, it's a no-brainer
. The expense?