perform miracles

perform miracles

To achieve extraordinary results, especially in trying to improve a situation. The therapist we hired has performed miracles with Johnny's behavioral issues. If we're going to bring this company back to its former glory, we'll need a marketing team that can perform miracles.
See also: miracle, perform
References in classic literature ?
If the news of my death should reach the ears of Camilla, let her know that I forgive her, for she was not bound to perform miracles, nor ought I to have required her to perform them; and since I have been the author of my own dishonour, there is no reason why-"
And brilliant, caring, hardworking medical staff perform miracles there every day.
(https://www.insurancejournal.com/news/national/2018/04/01/484941.htm) Insurtechs Continue to Perform Miracles
Our hard-pressed health service staff, who perform miracles every day, are crying out for extra staff and resources.
Praise indeed for our stretched maternity services, who regularly perform miracles.
The medical staff perform miracles everyday, often in very trying circumstances, and we all need to do more to support them.
'Ghadi' is a funny fairy tale about a child named Ghadi suffering from genetic disorders since his birth; therefore he is rejected from all his neighbors which forced his father, Leba, to lie to them by telling that his child could perform miracles like angels.
?Despite plenty of evidence to the contrary, Ryan Moore can't always perform miracles if his mount isn't good enough.
Black and White you may be, JC, but you cannot perform miracles with that squad, in fact you cannot get your players to perform.
Those making undue demands should know that Sri Lanka could not perform miracles overnight, the Prime Minister said, addressing delegates at the World Conference on Peace, Security and Development in Seoul, Korea on Saturday (Aug.
He shows that it is not reasonable to believe in Jesus' resurrection, that Christianity's problems apply to other religions, that there are better explanations and humanistic movements than religion offers, and that God would not perform miracles. This all lends itself, he says, to a justification for atheism that is necessary to advance because of the deleterious effect Christianity has on a person's other beliefs and ethical commitments.
More important or maybe equally important is we believe we can "perform miracles" when we realize and accept this moment.
INTERNATIONAL rookie keeper Stephan Andersen says he's ready to perform miracles in a bid to help Denmark escape from the Group of Death.
"On an international level, we do not hear anything positive about Iraq; the orchestra is a way of showing people in the world that people here want to get along," said Welz."The Iraqi orchestra must have a taste of its own; others want to see the Iraqi difference in the music that is played but I believe they can perform miracles." The power of music and the orchestra can be sensed in entering the hotel foyer area as the participants sit with their instruments almost as a family.
PROGRAMMES like Holby City are fuelling the compensation culture in the NHS by raising expectations that nurses can perform miracles, a conference heard today.