clear sailing


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It wasn't all clear sailing for the Silver Arrow, though, as a series of full-course cautions and penalties, put the defending race winners behind early on.
Like "Titanic" 12 years ago, "Avatar" has fairly clear sailing now that the holidays are over.
But Kent got her out, found clear sailing after that and she had plenty left to bring him home.
Hunie Kwon, who was DeNiro's most senior agent until the company folded, having started in 2002 when the firm launched, noted that "a manager [at DeNiro] gave a small talk and said it would be clear sailing to go work there.
But it is not all clear sailing in this environment.
The first week of the rally, through the Greek Dodecanese Islands of the eastern Aegean, was hampered by light winds; the second week saw clear sailing with the prevailing westerly winds providing champagne conditions for the yachts along the Turkish coast.
McConnell said aside from some standard regulatory approvals, the project appears to have clear sailing ahead of it.
After that, unlike the Maine, it was clear sailing for me.
Not all is clear sailing, though, for Alimentos y Frutos and Duncan Fox's other properties.
It appears there is clear sailing for the next several months for paper stock markets.
No community worth its humanity will have clear sailing all the time.
While the current real estate investment environment is anything but clear sailing, new independent research conducted by Real Estate Research Corporation (RERC) indicates investors find real estate appealing due to falling stock prices and lack of investor trust in the financial markets.
But it should be clear sailing now after this wonderful news.
On the flip side, E A S won't have clear sailing Besides all the technical and business challenges in their future, there are plenty of perception barriers to that they will have to face
Even if a physician is invited to join a panel, the invitation does not mean clear sailing from that point on.