A couple of board meetings before I was hired, the Information Industry Association (IIA) made a presentation to the new association, which boiled down
to, "You guys are toast.
The two men used stainless steel sheeting to make their own equipment, including the large evaporator and pre-heating system, the storage tank where semi-evaporated sap is stored, the finishing tank where it is boiled down
and the storage tank where it is filtered before canning.
Ken Durham, Editor of IT Week Magazine, states: "It was very hard to select the 50 winners with so many great products out there, but in the end it boiled down
to the products which went above and beyond the call of duty.
It's the birth of a nation, boiled down
to two characters from two cultures whose impossible love stands in for a tragedy writ large.
The '80s explosion of unofficial Soviet art in the West seems to have boiled down
to one name: Ilya Kabakov.
These five traits can be boiled down
to the following personality dimensions, which most employers will quickly recognize:
FOR HIS FEATURE directing debut, the actor Liev Schreiber has boiled down
Jonathan Safran Foer's bizarre novel ``Everything Is Illuminated'' into something a little more conventional.
to their primary impressions, the Chinese story is tragic, the American one's neurotic and, after some emphatic arguments about love, the Italian one gets down to the business of buxom nude women jumping up and down.
After analyzing all of the bells and whistles offered by the various systems, however, the choice boiled down
to one factor: Prime's exemplary customer service record.
That's not just because the best-picture and -director races have essentially boiled down
to contests between our two most beloved veteran filmmakers, ``The Aviator's'' Martin Scorsese and ``Million Dollar Baby's'' Clint Eastwood.