It has the same humorous, 'what's wrong with you people' tone that we aim for in the Flip Side
On the flip side
, buying a book of business can instantly increase the size of an agency.
For example, regarding the law's new staffing requirements, Bodo says that FAHA realizes the value of additional staff members, but "the flip side
of that is to reach 2.
He is the first AAHSA-member provider to become AAHSA's president and CEO, a role change that is the flip side
of former president Len Fishman's.
The Flip Side
of Sin by Rosalyn McMillan Simon and Schuster, July 2000 $24.
The flip side
was the GumBoot Dance, equally showy, with a dramatic set suggesting a diamond mine, performed by the company at the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh in the summer of 1999.
However, there is a flip side
to the SAN appliance strategy.
The flip side
of this coin is that beyond the strict meaning delivered in this judgement, depending on what the Ontario government does, it may well become a major link in the legal quest of the "gay" community for legal--and social--acceptance as normal and equal to marriage.
Spanish for "the little girl," La Nina is the flip side
of El Nino.
Clinton's unseemly, and in some cases illegal, courtship of the rich is the flip side
of his contempt for ordinary citizens like Paula Jones.
But on the flip side
, incumbent CBC member Barbara-Rose Collins (D-Michigan) has learned this is not always true.
But the flip side
of flip is glib, and Goldstein does succumb.