In neither public nor private cases are we assured that they all lead to greater efficiency.
If this became known, she would be involved in a messy, public case.
But Washington is not making a public case against the South.
Some said they would be too nervous to serve in the highly public case.
But that has left to the vice president the job of making the administration's public case on Iraq.
It'll take time and a dramatic public case before it will.
He has made virtually no public case for tough action.
"To build a public case, we need the international inspectors," a senior administration official said.
From 1928 to 1930 they were involved in a major public case.
If Jones is interested only in clearing her name, why did she decide to make such a public case against the president?