* The choice of stock options and restricted stock can be boiled down
to risk allocation between management and shareholders.
Kusama's relentlessly personal, ritualistic practice and Miyajima's Zen interests resonate with work like Tadasu Takamine's God Bless America, 2002, for example, a video projection in which he and collaborators are shown in stop-motion time--eighteen days boiled down
into a couple of renditions of the title song--living their daily lives around and thereby animating a clay head as tall as a person.
Can admission to top colleges be boiled down
to a formula?
If all those students attended public school, the district would realize about $1.5 million in increased funding through the state school funding formula...." School board president Tom Wolfe boiled down
the issue to its essence: "I see it [the statistics on home-schooling] in dollar signs."
The causes of hyponatremia can be boiled down
into two categories: consumption of too much fluid over too short a time span, or inordinate sodium loss through bodily sweat.
Too often it boiled down
to lay people being given "ministries" and left at that.
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.
When we decided to become a bit more professional about sugarmaking, we began by looking for a small stainless steel pan, or "evaporator," which holds the sap while it is boiled down
But it all boiled down
to the gun company trying to sue us for hundreds of millions of dollars.
The nature of relations on Palto boiled down
to power exercised by the owners and their surrogate the administrator, and efforts by tenants to resist the authority of the owners and to carve out as comfor table a life as was possible.
Funnily enough, when boiled down
it is to give free care to pensioners in Scotland but not England.