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|Goodison, Nicholas Endless meetings, sloppy communications and red tape |
steal the entrepreneur's time. - Hayes, James L. Official ... Huxley, Aldous A
bureaucrat is a person who cuts red tape sideways. - Mccabe, J. The only thing
that saves ...
|While the group watched downstream, Grant glanced sideways toward the visitor |
center, and saw a petite woman with ... thought hadn't occurred to him that for the
moment he was the most important person at the Bureau of Reclamation. It was
amazing how status helped cut through bureaucracy. No wonder the
commissioner didn't seem as concerned with the red tape in the Bureau as the
|Two years later, Ratner realized her career had nowhere to go but sideways with |
the Illinois Board of Education, and she began looking ... Eileen had been
interviewing people for various jobs in the department and was trying to place
feminist women in public affairs. ... to have her qualifications examined just like
Old Boys do, cutting through the bureaucracy and red tape of the mammoth HEW
|As individuals, officials, politicians even, arc nearly all. in my experience, nice |
people with nice habits. ... So responsibilities are split, decisions are referred up.
back and sideways; time does not seem to be much object. ... Prince Charles put
it 'we must sink our differences in order to cut a great swathe through the cats'
cradle of red tape which chokes this country from end to end'. That assumes a
change in our working relationships and in turn a teasing out of the bureaucratic
|Fighting for First Amendment rights is as popular a pastime as ever, but just because you can get on your soapbox doesn't mean anyone will be there to listen.|
|From the frat-boy camaraderie of the forty-first-floor trading room to the killer instinct that made ambitious young men gamble everything on a high-stakes game of bluffing and deception, here is Michael Lewis’s knowing and hilarious ...|
|Meticulously researched and richly told by New York Times senior writer Kurt Eichenwald, The Informant re-creates the drama of the story, beginning with the secret recordings, stakeouts, and interviews with suspects and witnesses to the ...|
|Max looked carefully at the dead boy, reminding himself that most murder victims looked very young and surprised when their bodies were found, as if life had suddenly rushed up and taken them unawares.|
|And another bridge has exploded. Now, the investigation is exploding into an inter-agency feud. The brass is after a terrorist cell, while Hanson and Land suspect a single man--the Train Man--is bringing down the bridges on by one.|