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[L., singulorum]
Of each; used in writing prescriptions.
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Help is on hand to ensure business people avoid picking low-hanging fruit and start singing from the same hymn sheet to implement a strategy aimed at delivering a data-related sales initiatives to stimulate the market and drive paradigm shifts.
He knows I'll do everything to make Everton better and the great thing is we are both singing from the same hymn sheet.
But talks with England's star player have convinced the ex-Zimbabwe batsman they will be singing from the same hymn sheet in the Caribbean.
Despite the Bundesbank's worries and fears expressed here and there about European growth (following August's financial crisis), Economic Affairs Commissioner Joaquin Almunia and Internal Market Commissioner Charlie McCreevy were singing from the same hymn sheet in speeches to MEPs on 5 September.
But these problems have been resolved this season and both sides have been singing from the same hymn sheet.
around (in the place of "about"), awesome, ballpark figure, basically, basis ("on a weekly basis" in place of "weekly" and so on), bear with me, between a rock and a hard place, blue sky (thinking), boggles the mind, bottom line, crack troops, diamond geezer (that's a new one to this American who hasn't been in England for years), epicentre (used incorrectly), glass half full (or half empty), going forward, I hear what you're saying, in terms of, it's not rocket science, literally, move the goal-posts, ongoing, prioritise, pushing the envelope, singing from the same hymn sheet, the fact of the matter is, thinking outside the box, to be honest, to be perfectly honest, touch base, up to (in place of "about"), and value-added (in general use).
It might not affect the result, said Lancaster, but at least now everyone's singing from the same hymn sheet.
FURTHER to recent letters in The Gazette from Steve Kay, Andy Preston and Richard Chapman on the proposals for a Teesside combined authority: While some people may not want to accept that all five councils are singing from the same hymn sheet on a united combined authority, that is the reality - we are.
Underhand, above board it's all the same as long as you know the rules of the game Religion, nobility, even the law all singing from the same hymn sheet, they know the score It's all about the few and what riches can be gained, not about society from which they have abstained Corruption, greed, power, manipulation everyone gets shafted, there can be no exceptions Pensioners, the disabled, the unemployed all fall into the void, Just don't have the temerity to get annoyed Accept what you are given, believe what you are told, so what if petrol is more expensive than gold?
I think that everyone is singing from the same hymn sheet now.
What is important, is everyone in that changing room is singing from the same hymn sheet and we are there to win for England.
But, despite singing from the same hymn sheet, the Hampden beaks are still set to clobber McIntyre.