down-to-earth


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sensible and practical

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She was down-to-earth and good fun throughout the show.
Some of it is, in fact, so down-to-earth, only the national press lauds it.
Pete comes across just as he is in real life -- honest, down-to-earth and devoted to brewing the best beers in America.
According to Aimee Desrosiers, the company's color expert, forecaster, and industry consultant for home fashion, down-to-earth tones as well as vibrant colors are heading home in 2007.
Written in down-to-earth terms, and illustrated with a handful of helpful black-and-white sketches and diagrams, Dressing the Man You Love is an absolute "must-have" help manual for male-fashion challenged.
Topical and scriptural indexes round out this valuable, down-to-earth summary of great use to anyone interested in learning more about Christianity, including those who have been surrounded by it all their lives but who want to come to a better understanding from the simplest concepts and their origins onward.
But in keeping with his usual down-to-earth style, the nuptials will be far removed from the glitzy bashes normally featured in their pages.
O'Sullivan, the Labour councillor for Lumphinnans and Lochgelly South in Fife, said: "Gordon is a very down-to-earth guy.
The real down-to-earth rustic signature fare here is exemplified by such dishes as a veal spezzatino (or veal stew, $18), very homey and comforting, made with potatoes, peas and carrots in a clay pot, or the inescapable osso buco, this one a lamb shank version in red wine ($20).
Whether triggered by boulders dropped from the heavens or more down-to-Earth dangers, mass extinctions dethrone the fittest creatures and can let unusual ones rise to prominence.
Said Amos Eno, executive director of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, "Every tree that is planted and every donation that is made as a result of our Down-To-Earth program with Residence Inn will bring us one step closer to making our world a better place to live.
A down-to-earth take on the rhinestone encrusted, and pure gold versions of seasons past, muted metals gave glam just the edge it needed to create a hallmark look of 2005.
An exploration of how progress can come and go in cycles, and the satisfaction of hard work that far outshines the fanciest luxury, The Prairie Tides is down-to-earth wholesome American reading.
Extremely accessible and down-to-earth, When In Rome Or Rio Or Riyadh explores the fascinating variety of cultural differences from an emphatically practical perspective.
I thought she was very down-to-earth, friendly and chatty.