chief David Hall warned: "PTSB has sold 7,400 family homes to vultures who will throw them out.
By the time he had finished, I had learnt a thing or two -- YMMD (You made my day), FACK (Fully acknowledge), IMHO
(In my humble opinion), and TIA (Thanks in advance).
This is an excellent, pacy thriller with complex family themes, many a twist and a red herring, incredibly gripping til the bitter end and it came out way before Girl On The Train and Gone Girl and IMHO
is a far superior precursor.
, what radiology could use right now are a few mega-reviews.
The troubling news of Facebook being coopted by trolls and persons with ill intentions, often with power to wield and maintain, has also got me asking serious questions about freedom - and I don't mean just the physical capacity to move but also, more importantly IMHO
, the freedom to think for oneself.
Horrible, but IMHO
, bad decisions were made at every point leading up to this travesty, and it should never have escalated to crisis level.
Those feature stories, analyses, articles, columns and departments, and news pieces are written by the best in the business, IMHO
. In addition to our staffers, I'm talking about Mark Tibergien, Bob Clark, Angie Herbers, Tom Giachetti, Dan Skiles, Olivia Mellan and Sherry Christie, Fran O'Brien, Cam Marston, Noah Hamman, Cliff Stanton and Matt Osborne.
, now it's more important than ever for American citizens to reach out to each other and to the rest of the people on our planet and communicate with them.
How about, "We are responding to your letter of December 10, 2015." By the way, or "BTW" as a millennial might put it, there is nothing wrong, in my humble opinion (IMHO
) in using "I" occasionally in claims writing.
Waste of money imho
. Considering improving the coastline is supposed to be the top agenda for the council at the moment I think the money could have been better spent on funding the revival of open air pool!
, the much-maligned "online bashing" perhaps needs redirection.
Telegraph operators in the mid-nineteenth century used acronyms such as IMHO
(In my humble opinion) and FWIW (For what it's worth) when communicating among themselves, according to the book The Victorian Internet by Tom Standage.