Let's go in and iron out the details.
Hopefully they'll iron out a problem that seems less prolific in other branches.
Then it comes to appear rational to iron out all differences.
The Tattoo Regimental Sergeant Major, right hand man to the Arena Master, agreed there were only minor bumps to iron out.
Keep iron out of reach of children and away from flammable items at all times.
Hold for several seconds, slide the iron out and pin the curl to your head.
If you're ready to bust out the straightening iron out of frustration, chances are your curly locks just need a great trim and some new styling products to bounce them back to life.
MG: It takes at least an initial year of work every night and many weekends to put it together, as well as the school days when my children are helping me to iron out the kinks as they give it the first trial run.
Many couples choose pre-marital counseling to help iron out differences in their lifestyle viewpoints.
But that may be soon changing as negotiators work to iron out differences between the two counties.
Once you've answered the questions who, what, when, and where, it's time to iron out the details.
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