So the Atleo team was back to beating the bushes
for the extra votes, and they found them in Manitoba, Ontario and Saskatchewan.
And that begs the question as to why the Conservative government is getting tough and beating the bushes
to unearth these minor players whilste at the same time turning a willfully blind eye to far more prominent characters who remain footloose and carefree on the international circuit, despite overwhelming evidence of their complicity in mass murder.
If your agent is waiting around for the phone to ring, ask if [he or she] is working every avenue possible, and suggest that this individual should be beating the bushes
They like to be out beating the bushes
for new leads.
Joyce Nelson-you keep beating the bushes
for a cure for this version of MS!
Location managers are beating the bushes
"It all depends: If you mean Mike, the loyal Democrat, adviser, confidant and close friend of the Kennedys, he is out around Cedar Rapids beating the bushes
. If you mean Mike, the duly elected what-you-ma-call-it, he is home with a bad case of post nasal drip and he is not expected back until early next week."
The aptly named American Grassfed Association, based in Denver, is beating the bushes
about projections that its members' beef will grow to comprise some 10 percent of the overall beef market in the next decade, compared to just 3 percent now.
You see, when we're not beating the bushes
for the latest news to keep you, the reader, informed, some of us here at HFN on Wednesday morning gather around the water cooler and conduct an "American Idol" recap.
Businessman Ken Gordon, chairman of the World Cup event this year and president of its parent company, the West Indies Cricket Board, has been beating the bushes
for private support.