Frustration with co-workers
slim shady *** maybe some pharmaceuticals because he often mentions some 'drug' brands (like Valium, Xanax ...) (this might also be because of his own experience or the words just fit in the rhymes. Coca-cola (in song ''Get money"), McDonald's (in ''The Kids", "Taking my Ball", ''Talking to Myself", and "Hello, Good Morning") might be sponsoring him or this is some sort of advertising. This might also be just because it rhymes. Eminem also held a can of Red Bull in an interview.
We have no way of knowing. She might, she might not...
He might and he might not. We will never know unless you know him.
You might be quieter so as to not wake the baby.
it might be that she is'nt a major characterbut i think that they might put her into one
learn to recognize indicators that might represent an Insider Threat.
Not really. If you mean he trusted the people you might say "he trusted the people for years". If you mean the people trusted him you might say " he was trusted by the people for years", or "The people trusted him for years".
I just found a trusted source for (writing and translation services) Thought I should share for it might help those in need.
They will probably not get married because on the show the insider tonight they were on it and they might brake up.
Chivalrous is a descriptive adjective meaning 'to have qualities of chivarly, courage and courtesy' (Dictionary.com). Another example of a descriptive adjective is 'malicious'; the opposite of chivalrous. A sentence for 'malicious' might be: 'The malicious man laughed cruelly at his friend's mistake.' Use chivalrous to describe something or someone that has mertious qualities. You might try talking about a person, or a group of people that are known to be chivalrous, like King Arthur's knights.
National Tire and Battery is a trusted company. The employees are very knowledgeable and are able to help you with any problems or question you might have.
Nobody can answer that but you - we have no idea how much experience you might have!
If you have no job experience, you might want to use words to describe your life experience as it would relate to a particular job. Hardworking, dedicated, motivated, and thorough might be good words.
move to another town might work...i guess it all depends on what you mean by destroy your reputation...