That's already the case in the best-actor category, where an unmanageable field of about 10 great performances had to be boiled down
to four and whatever Johnny Depp thought he was doing.
Integration has become a science that can to some degree be boiled down
to flowcharts and decision-making processes.
s plan for growth has long boiled down
to: Let well-connected developers have their way, then deal with the consequences later.
In the Boater Division, the EverStart Championship has boiled down
to one final day of competition as Jim Eakins of Nixa, Mo.
Weiss said that many of the recommendations boiled down
to a matter of funding, but state and federal funds for school safety do exist and could possibly be reallocated.
The top-down analysis of global, domestic, and industrial activity is boiled down
to specific trades that are tracked in the mock trading portfolio in the new password area.
As was the case in the CBS miniseries version of ``Haven'' broadcast earlier this year, Coopersmith has boiled down
Gruber's account of nearly 1,000 Holocaust survivors brought to the United States to a core group of refugees.
According to Klein, however, the staff's views boiled down
to a few simple steps the company will have to take to ensure public investors are protected:
Sure, he was a cute kid, and granted, it bespoke volumes about the ongoing tensions between what seems a now-obsolete grudge match between Cuba and America, but what it boiled down
to was a no-brainer custody battle.
Dukes' patrician, fastidious Vladimir and Gammell's suspicious, irascible Estragon are perfectly (mis)matched bookends, Felix Unger and Oscar Madison boiled down
to their Platonic DNA.
It's a shame that this thing boiled down
to the color of his skin,'' he said.
to its essence, charter reform makes one meaningful change: it shifts a small measure of power from the City Council to the mayor in the hope of creating accountability and efficiency in city government.