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This week, at age 46 and with 25 years in the business, Brown left his office for a bit of the action.
A good bit of the action will be on the advertising car, and I want you to get it all down.
And while it was the Republicans' night, Democrats angled for a little bit of the action, too.
"They all want a bit of the action.
He didn't fancy Lizzy's chances much if they decided they all wanted a bit of the action.
One character told the tale in telegraphic reminiscence between songs while the cast hastily mimed bits of the action.
Throughout the play actors entered and exited the stage via the aisles of the theater, where occasional bits of the action were played.
"I finally learned that when a man wants more he says, 'Listen, George, I want a bit of the action,'" Fenwick observed.
They just want to see what we're up to, and see if they can't find a way to get a bit of the action if it's anything good.
Studios and directors could broaden their audiences even further by cutting just a bit of the action and including it with other, racier, versions on the DVD.
JOHN KING wants to outwit Southend's muscle men tonight, by giving his wide boys a bit of the action.
From there the player can map out a series of movements and actions to take (each consuming a bit of the action bar) and then execute them with super-speed.
A cabbage falling into a wicker basket, could then be added for extra horror, although sounding out every nitty, gritty bit of the action is sometimes superfluous to the effect.
Madam President, for me, the best bit of the action plan is the list of five concrete measures regarding rights of the individual in criminal proceedings that comprise the roadmap endorsed by the Stockholm Programme.
So difficult are they, in fact, that the debate usually begins and ends at the level of aphorism, with lots of commentators wringing their hands and saying that something must be done, while doctors, administrators, and others scramble to make sure that they get a bit of the action.
The new element is the figure of Kafka (played by Jesse J. Perez); he recites passages from his diaries, letters and stories, he copies bits of the action, he scribbles text on the floor, which, in John Conklin's well-conceived set design, is covered with writing and with Kafka's picture.
The story is presented in alternating narratives: Shiny Parker, a wonderfully neurotic 7-year-old, tells what he can observe from his 1960's vantage point; Halley Martin, age 38, fills in the violent history; Mavis Howell, the (slightly) updated Southern belle, also gives us bits of the action in the form of unsent letters.