I think it's a shrewd strategy, because Bush is giving them enough leeway to see what the political marketplace can bear to see where Democrats and Republicans from very different perspectives can come together around an answer.
I think Erik has a lot of the same qualities that Peyton Manning had when he came in as a freshman and sophomore, ... Erik has the ability to be, I think, one of the finest quarterbacks in the country as he matures. How fast he matures depends on how much leeway we continue to give him.
Just get it over with. Just pick somebody. It doesn't really matter who, if they give us more leeway, free us up from MLB. We can't worry about that. We don't think about that in here. But it would be nice to finally have someone to call an owner.
Genius is always allowed some leeway, once the hammer has been pried from its hands and the blood has been cleaned up.
The Administration generally respects the Jeffersonian view that states should be given leeway to shape regulatory policies in ways that respond to state needs and preferences. However, we also respect the Hamiltonian view that, in some situations, a proliferation of conflicting state policies can frustrate national policy or interfere with interstate commerce and economic development,
The economy is so strong and the airplanes are full, so that gives the industry some leeway to raise prices.
If you are a military man you know that you just don't do these sorts of things because once you give just the slightest bit of leeway there are those in the armed forces who will take advantage of that,
People have to be more cautious about their borrowing levels. You should never borrow the maximum amount you can afford. You should always give yourself some leeway.
If you cast the picture correctly, you have a whole lot of leeway. You can make mistakes in other aspects but pull it off with the right actors.
Defendants are being evaluated based on numerical grid without any aggravating circumstances being considered. The effect has been to transfer the disparity from the judge to the prosecutor allowing for a great deal of leeway on indictments.
Multilateral talks could make a difference because China has some leeway on North Korea, ... If you bring enough people in who have a stake in what happens, those in the region, you got a better chance of getting something done.
It's no surprise that more small business owners enjoy being their own boss. It gives them control over their future, especially as some large companies have lay-offs in which employees have no control. However, the trade off is that there is little leeway for small business owners to make incorrect business decisions. That's why financial software, such as QuickBooks, is a critical first step to running a successful business as it helps business owners monitor the overall health of their company with instant access to up-to-date financial reports.
If a business in California had a supplier in New York that was knocked out, they could say they were affected. There was a lot of leeway on purpose.
If you look at skilled positions like electrical engineers or application engineers, the average time to fill those positions has gone up from six to eight week. That may not sound like a lot of time, but with all the efficiency improvements of recent years, there's not much leeway in staffing when you have an opening.
We've been supportive of this concept, but the administration has got to give these people more leeway to play the role that's been pitched. I don't think they can do that under the circumstances.
Animals are stylized characters in a kind of old saga - stylized because even the most acute of them have little leeway as they play out their parts.