But the heart of the matter
is the business of my chief, Ardshiel.
These were all factors which had to be taken into consideration, and yet none of them got quite to the heart of the matter
We are sure to come at the heart of the matter
by your means, little woman.
GRAHAM Greene's The Heart of the Matter
(1948) is a novel obsessed with its own medium.
8220;We can get past the anxiety and panic and touch the heart of the matter
The heart of the matter
is utterly straightforward: Jews have no more urgent interest than the energetic pursuit of their values.
The second session, which concluded on 18 March, entered into the heart of the matter
HOSPITAL specialists are getting to the heart of the matter
after a new cardiac pathway team has been set up for patients with chest pains or an acute heart problem.
The Journal Culture Awards 2012 will get to the heart of the matter
when they're held in The Cathedral Church of Christ, Blessed Mary the Virgin and St Cuthbert of Durham on April 22.
30pm following a talk by Graham Meredith entitled Drawing - The Heart Of The Matter
At the heart of the matter
is the French reluctance to face up to the facts that their banks are in serious financial difficulty.
VERDICT: Hart gets to the heart of the matter
of Hollywood hackery (Random House, pounds 19.
VALERIE HILL comes to the heart of the matter
yet again (Daily Post, April 10) in highlighting the Tsar for the Elderly's apparent indifference to the very people she was elected to help.
The whole utilities industry needs to be examined to ensure there is fair competition, but at the heart of the matter
, can we be sure that the privatisation of the electricity and gas industries was beneficial to customers?