For if a no-brainer
is, as I have concluded after a deep analysis of the expression, a decision that maybe taken without troubling one's brain, then decline in its use means that fewer such decisions are being recognised by people who use the expression.
3) Cross-country skiing might seem like a no-brainer
to a veteran downhiller, but there is benefit to taking a lesson.
He has the respect of all of his team-mates and whoever he plays against, overseas as well as in this country, it's a no-brainer
When those sorts of factors are presented to you, it's a no-brainer
I'm happy here, Chris is happy having me here and the fans are, so the decision seems like a no-brainer
FOR most, it's a no-brainer
that public safety should be the government's top job, while eating veggies ought to be a matter of personal choice.
MICHAEL McIndoe prepared to face the wrath of the Barnsley fans at Molineux this afternoon by insisting: "It was a no-brainer
to move to Wolves".
Quote all the Bible passages you want, this one is a no-brainer
It's a no-brainer
, really: You get the big guys--governments, hospitals, universities, big corporations, everyone who buys in volume--to demand green products and attributes.
As sheer entertainment, it's a no-brainer
that "On Cukor' would be a mouthwatering delight, providing clips from such beloved classics as The Women, The Philadelphia Story, and My Fair Lady.
Once I spoke to him and heard where I was going to play and the plans he had for this season, and his enthusiasm for the season, it was a no-brainer