10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TO BE A ONE-MAN SHOW»
Discover the use of to be a one-man show
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to to be a one-man show
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Papa is just as much against her becoming a wife as a mistress. He almost gets
away with it. But the nice guy lays it on the line that If daughter goes away with
him it's to be a "one-man show" from there on — papa is to be out of the running.
I think I got the idea over to him that it was no longer going to be a one-man show
, and that I expected every man to perform his duties in accordance with his
particular trade. I followed up with a private session with the men, in Tony's
As to planting the notes,that may have been done by some other parties,or by
either or both of these two artists. I should think they probably kept the game to
themselves, judging by what we have seen here. This seems to be a one man
Developing Leaders for the Small Church: A
God gave Elijah an assistant (Elisha) to help him continue his work (vv. 19–21).
Ministry was never meant to be a one-man show. It was designed to be a team
sport, where people are working together, each exercising their spiritual gifts for
"Glad you could make it", said a voice from the dimly lit rear of the dayroom, "I
was beginning to think it was going to be a one man show. I'm Saul Pomer, the
director." "Hi! I'm Private Pergolizzi," I ventured, not knowing exactly where to aim
Carl Milo Pergolizzi, 2000
Fish Out of Water: 9 Strategies Effective Leaders Use to
The people had “been there, done that” before: watching a pastor attempt to be a
one-man show. Like his predecessors— and, as some congregants wryly noted,
just like the pastors of other churches they had attended in the past—Steve ...
Faubus: the Life and Times of American Prodigal (p)
But they were outnumbered and, in most cases, got only tepid support from their
congregations. Integration in Little Rock was to be a one-man show. Blossom
spoke to more than two hundred groups, but he pointedly did not ask their advice.
He'd had a flash from the heavens above telling him this docudrama was going to
be a one-man show. After worrying about people, places and props, it had come
to him. He would improvise an introduction then simply read the bloody thing.
Operation Mincemeat: The True Spy Story that Changed the ...
Montagu can be forgiven for presenting himself as the hero of his own drama –
many of those involved could or would not be identified – but in so doing, he
made Operation Mincemeat appear to be a one-man show. Cholmondeley
The Civil Rights Act of 1964: The Passage of the Law That ...
This was not going to be a one-man show. The four prongs of this strategy were,
however, highly interdependent. Success or failure on any one front would affect
the outlook on the other three. Humphrey, and to a lesser degree, Mansfield, had