Kenny is totally unselfish but I'd look to improve his attempts on goal and make him a bit greedier
Detroit and American manufacturing in general suffered because stock market speculators cared only about the next quarter's results, and because unions were greedy, and because managers were greedier
still, and because everyone involved viewed the factories as pies to carve up and eat.
Media and marKeting manager Jim said: "I had starved myself all morning and thought I was ready for it but my eyes were greedier
than my belly.
helping of sugary guilt Is churned into stagnated swill Why can't I stop when I've had enough Where is my dignity?
Not this 68-year-old knighted bloke currently running Old Trafford, the panderer to greedy footballers and apologist for even greedier
First and foremost, I wish to convey my special thanks to authorities for helping these greedy guys become greedier
due to non-implementation of a rent law in the kingdom.
For while both engines endow this car with impressive performance, they're not going to win any friends among environmentalists, for they are greedier
on fuel than most of their rivals and pump out more harmful gases.
But at a time when they're being portrayed as greedier
and more grasping than ever, this PR folly plays straight into the hands of farming's detractors.
Francis Maude is a member of the party that did much to make us greedier
types, who expect City to bounce back with a vengeance, may prefer the 8/1 marked by Stan James against a 2-0 Coventry success.
We would have been happy with that at the start of the year but as we go further we get that bit greedier
- we want it all.
Alex Yepes and Brett Pelch got the biggest share of the money, but then they got even greedier
and lied to their crime partners about all the money they stole,'' Chasworth said.
Disturbingly, despite the recession, we seem to have gotten ruder, greedier
and more materialistic; otherwise the great ball of Satan's belly button fluff that is 'Black Friday' wouldn't have slithered into our reality.
A Newcastle University study has shown that baby birds that have a difficult start in life grow to be fatter and greedier
than their more fortunate siblings.
Rust, meanwhile, is greedier
and more selfish than his colleague, and tends to try and manipulate situations to meet his own ends.