References in classic literature ?
Here's the scheme in a nutshell. Why don't more people live in Oakland?
'It all lies in a nutshell my dear; in a nutshell, take the Dodger's word for it.
Hodges presents public law in a nutshell in this third edition in the Nutshell Series.
AND SO I WATCH YOU FROM AFAR - THE ENLESS SHIMMERING IN A NUTSHELL: Relentless and uncompromising fifth album from north coast prog rock titans.
In a nutshell, the current effort to bring MLB to Portland is really Lashbrook, and architect Barry Smith.
In a nutshell, they've often not looked like scoring, never mind actually scoring, while the clean sheets which were accumulating before Christmas have also disappeared.
A LOCAL literary group is inviting writers to pen their favourite novel in a nutshell.
In a nutshell, the statement behooved all illegal residents to cooperate with the authorities toward a fair settlement of their demands, without exposing themselves to what might construed as violations of rules and regulations regarding proper public conduct.
* Fast Facts for the Clinical Nurse Instructor: Clinical Teaching in a Nutshell
Libraries strong in system administration or Linux programming will find LINUX IN A NUTSHELL to be a powerful updated edition offering a focus of Linux options and all the latest new options for applying Linux commands.
IN A NUTSHELL: With stunning costumes, sumptuous sets, spectacular spells and good old-fashioned comedy, Aladdin is guaranteed to blow the lid off your lamp.
In a nutshell: the private sector pays for infrastructure improvements that the council would not otherwise be able to afford.