They are sugar-coated
and are quickly and easily swallowed.
Let's not sugar-coat
it: for many it won't be easy - and there will be blisters.
What we said in a note to our subscribers is that we will have our 'comments' on Q4 in our regular weekly report on Monday...2/ SA also said that we said there is no way to 'sugar-coat
how bad' the quarter was.
And don't be afraid to call out Scottish politicians for trying to sugar-coat
or deny very Scottish problems.
She didn't want to sugar-coat
what I was going through."
You can't just ignore it and sugar-coat
When he decides to hire a caretaker, he meets just-out-of-prison Driss, his angry attitude catches Phillipe's attention, as he appreciates the idea of getting help from someone who won't sugar-coat
things in life.
Without a single point at the foot of the Co-operative Championship One table, and facing a daunting trip to Swinton Lions on Sunday, the Thunder head coach did not sugar-coat
"We don't sugar-coat
things", they said, "It's an 18-rated game, and war is pretty ugly, but we never, ever just threw anything in for shock value."
Refusing to sugar-coat
the domestic violence, poverty, and discrimination that have left their effects on the lives of Tate's Cherokee-Appalachian relatives, Power in the Blood also tells stories of individual and communal strength in the face of adversity.
This election, however, that logic will be turned on its head, as President Bush is likely to face a Democrat whose credentials as a deficit hawk are surprisingly strong." Of course, Bush's bloated budget proposals should not cause conservatives to flock to the big-spending Democrats, no matter how they might sugar-coat
At the time, he was thinking, "Parents always try to protect their kids and sugar-coat
things and I always hated that.