RULED OUT: Frankie Gavin failed to boil down to
Both horses are well suited by today's conditions - 7f on fast ground - and both are ridden from behind, so it's probably going to boil down to
whoever has the run of the race.
At the end of the day, the arguments all seem to boil down to
something similar: If it were more like me, the Republican Party would be better off.
But they all boil down to
that something in the human psyche that resents any assignment of authority over us-whether by way of election, appointment, birth, or force.
Basically, our options boil down to
cutting the art and cutting people."
Value-based methods boil down to
the interplay between long-run operating results, the use of capital and risk--tradeoffs that finance executives would like to see the broader management group applying in many areas.
As Aldo Leopold explained nearly seventy years ago, "conservation will ultimately boil down to
rewarding the private landowner who conserves the public interest." For more on the importance of protecting private property rights, see Property Rights: A Practical Guide to Freedom and Prosperity (Hoover Press 2003).
Many of the city treatments boil down to
lists of names and venues, who visited when or exhibited where, but occasionally singling out individual cities works, with Budapest, with Ljubljana (archetypally provincial), and with Lodz (harshness breeding radical art).