I only ask one thing of you, Kris, in exchange for doing your dirty work.
It was directed as much at Jessi as at the Black God for sending someone innocent to do his dirty work.
It is clear from his correspondence that Repnin, a singularly proud and highspirited man, much disliked the very dirty work he was called upon to do.
Like Machiavelli, but on a lower level, Guicciardini was willing to "roll stones," or to do any dirty work for masters whom, in the depth of his soul, he detested and despised.
biohazard suits, who knows what other dirty work Novartis get up to.
sleeveless T-shirts, football shirts, torn denim or dirty work wear permitted.
In Othello is a character named Iago, an evil man who never does anything illegal himself but is always planting ideas in other people's minds, to get them to do his dirty work.
No vests, sleeveless t-shirts, football shirts, torn denim or dirty work wear permitted.
By not paying someone else to do the dirty work for you, you only need to invest in the supplies.
It boils down to big bucks for the photographers who do the dirty work.
Working as a dog trainer is not always easy; it is often hot, dirty work.
Therefore, if you are planning to sell your current home, it may be more cost effective to set up a maintenance contract and hire a professional to do the dirty work.
Just a simple phone call nets you some 'friends' to do dirty work.
Sales representative outsourcing is a great way to keep your own, small sales team busy with face-to-face current and potential customers while leaving the dirty work (cold calling) to a sales team at another location.
This form of breaking up lets the dumper do the dirty work by pressing a button, instead of talking.
The supplier does the hard and dirty work.
Instead of buying flowers and carefully pulling the petals off before strewing them all over the floor and bed, now lovers can buy a Bed of Roses kit, which takes away the dirty work.
A writer doesn't have anything at the beginning, so making that first draft is like making the clay - it's hard, dirty work.
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