So if you're wondering when we're gonna see Flinch
on the campaign trail for Mags, better check with Accu-Weather first.
The Government will not flinch
from the "hard choices on public spending" needed to bring Britain's national deficit back down after the country emerges from recession.
He can gauge by the level of the flinch
how serious they are about change.
But don't flinch
at the price, because in this exalted range you can expect to get what you pay for.
His art was frequently of a moral nature; he was an ardent pro-lifer who did not flinch
from portraying the graphic reality of abortion on occasion.
But we should not flinch
from demanding the same tolerance and respect for the British way of life," he said in an article for the Daily Telegraph.
His first two books--Sarah, about a young truck-stop prostitute, and The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things--a story collection about more kids in trouble, have met with critical acclaim, movie deals, and a literary cult following that doesn't flinch
from the torment his characters suffer.
75%, an increase that hasn't made the real estate market even flinch
The Austrian-born politician said: 'He's a man of perseverance, a man of inner strength, a leader who doesn't flinch
, doesn't waver, does not back down.
In repertoire matters, McKenzie doesn't flinch
when you accuse him of never having met a full-length narrative ballet he didn't like.
His treatment is thoughtfully upbeat, but doesn't flinch
at diagnosing flaws and proposing remedies.
Even if you know nothing about chopping cotton, gutting a hog, or baiting a hook with squiring worms, you will be constantly amused by Harris's descriptive language, her way of drawing you into a scene and making you feel the sometime prickly cotton, hear the squeal of a dying hog, or flinch
as a hot comb untangles a dump of nappy hair.
Ostensibly the crime noir tale of a serial killer who selects six victims at random, leaving no clues or pattern for profilers to follow, Flinch
is more a story of rivalry between brothers.
At about $10 retail, the card games Pit, Flinch
and Mille Bornes make great stocking-stuffers.
It's not often that one gets a chance to go back over her/his published essays, look at them again, flinch
, and revise them, or a group of them, in ways that look beyond the essays themselves to a larger discourse.