Or you could follow the example of Michelle Hoskins, who initially kept her business close to home
by creating syrup sensations in her mother's basement.
View home care in the context of the hospital sector for a "seamless continuum of care, when needed, as close to home
Though not her case, the background information feels close to home
so Sarah does some preliminary inquiries and quickly learns that Marlinchen has hidden much of what she knows about her sibling's disappearance.
North East workers are opting to stick close to home
when it comes to the world of work with over half within walking distance from the office.
In 1769 Isabel Grameson, an upper-class Peruvian woman who lived her life close to home
, set out across the Andes and down the Amazon to rejoin her husband in French Guinea.
Windborne pollutants from southern California, for example, first could be affecting weather close to home
and later influencing midwestern weather, says Forster.
Without concerted citizen action to uphold them close to home
, we shall look in vain for progress in the larger world" (3).
companies on their gay-friendliness, the CEO of one of the top companies--FleetBoston--was showing just how close to home
his company's pro-gay policies ring.
The comparisons of the underground remnant, the state-sanctioned "Temple of Orthodox-Pretend Christianity," and the 20th century church strike uncomfortably close to home
Too Close to Home
Days later, it hit me like a stiff jab to the chin because it struck so close to home
In a metropolitan area where more than a few carloads of teens have been in fatal accidents in recent months, the story hit close to home
for some students.