that's the beauty of

that's the beauty of

This is the most satisfactory feature of, as in And our vacations fall at the same time; that's the beauty of working in different law practices . [Mid-1700s]
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And that's the beauty of those type of kids you bring in.
John Bishop himself started out at a gig exactly like this, and that's the beauty of it all - you never know just what comedy gold you might find on the night itself.
But he's still a maverick, and that's the beauty of him.
That's the beauty of playing a game like this against Ireland so close to getting on the plane.
The 66-year-old received the good news from Racing Welfare's spokesman Richard Negus, who said: "She's not a huge betting woman, but that's the beauty of the Racing Lottery.
That's the beauty of belonging to an ethnically diverse denomination.
I think that's the beauty of home conditions, isn't it?
That's the beauty of the design, and it holds up even in today's Mini-Guns and Vulcans, which are fired electronically.
And that's the beauty of the service; this area is full of isolated, moorland roads which are many miles from the hospitals which serve our town.
That's the beauty of Brooks--you have the mellowest bears, up close, doing totally natural things.
That's the beauty of it--the ambiguity, the in-between.
It can be augmented to whatever size you need, and that's the beauty of it," he explained, noting that with older Navy combat field hospitals, "you got what you got.
With casting you get the same directionality (isotropic) properties throughout the part; that's the beauty of the process.