To put it mildly
, 2009 is going to be an interesting year for the industry.
His initial impressions were overwhelmingly negative, to put it mildly
. He found her writing "too cloying" and he believed Therese to be an "appalling pious little prig!"
This nearly ubiquitous connection is, to put it mildly
, rather strange.
(He describes his own trajectory as "from college to professional killer, and then to benign professor") And although that was, to put it mildly
, wrenching for those lucky enough to survive, there was a moral payoff: The professional killer forever after counseled the college professor.
Graham Williams, of Claude Road, whose nephew Luke Jones, seven, goes to the school, said: "To put it mildly
"I look a bit strange to put it mildly
but these are small prices to pay."
It must take a certain quiet courage for this seemingly mild-mannered public figure to risk the kind of vilification he could face if the disabled-rights community - which, to put it mildly
, does not have a record of taking criticism gracefully - identifies him as the equivalent of a "disabled Tom Sowell."
But to anyone who has worried about the role the press plays in choosing presidents, Patterson's offerings will seem, to put it mildly
, warmed-over fare of little nutritional value.
Log on to www.basrt.org to find the name of a local therapist, who'll help you deal better with what is a deeply destructive and, to put it mildly
, unacceptable habit.
Politically, getting that to happen in Japan is exceedingly difficult, to put it mildly
"I am extremely p***d off, to put it mildly
," he says.
She won't be happy, to put it mildly
, but she must be told.
Larry Ellison may well sit on Zen Buddhist rocks, but he is a warrior out of the Rockefeller mold, to put it mildly
Becky Measures has made a massive decision, to put it mildly
I MUST admit to not being very patient and to say I've been frustrated in the last two months is to put it mildly
. This summer has been a drag.