We look forward to getting to the bottom
of it as soon as possible,'' the spokesman said at a news briefing.
Technically proficient, his realism is oddly exaggerated to the point that it gives off an aura of unreality--confirming the artist's interest in turning "low life" into "high art" rather than getting to the bottom
of the local environment, whose indifference may be impenetrable.
But detectives said a wall of silence thrown up by the woman's family had stopped them getting to the bottom
of the tragedy.
But I do know we're in the beautifully refurbished theater and we're going to have a very good time getting to the bottom
of today's news.
Each new letter from a senator or congressman creates an immense amount of internal work at the Pentagon, said the official, so this presents an important political question: "Do you commit your resources to getting to the bottom
of the issue on a technical basis, or do you do the congressional correspondence?
They did not panic as they might well have done when faced with these travesties, but sensibly went about getting to the bottom
Using the process of elimination is really the only choice you have for getting to the bottom
of your decrease in exercise performance.
For producers, getting to the bottom
line is more challenging today than ever.
Instead of getting to the bottom
of things, he made the tactical move of paddling safely on the surface with his snorkel.
The hearings today went even further to show the critical importance of getting to the bottom
of this issue.
If the police couldn't handle this high-profile inquiry competently, what chance is there of them getting to the bottom
of serious crime committed against the rest of us?
The important thing is without that material we don't have enough material to supply, so we are getting to the bottom
of what's caused the problem as soon as we can.