Sentences with phrase «hired hand»

Eager to retain his 90 % equity stake — the rest is owned by friends and family — he has resisted bringing on employees, preferring to pay hired hands on an as-needed basis.
BUSINESS
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JOBS
3:15 am (22nd)-- IFC — The Piano I often find Jane Campion films overly pretentious, but this one strikes the right chord, with Holly Hunter as a mute woman in an arranged marriage who finds love with one of her husbands» hired hands — but stealing the show is her young daughter, an Oscar-winning performance by Anna Paquin.
MOVIES & TV
But when one of the hired hands is accidentally killed during the charade, he's forced to actually save her life while not revealing that it's been a ruse all along.
MOVIES & TV
While the character customization is fun, and really makes you think about what type of party you want to have, they are in the end only hired hands.
GAMING
Jovial and laid back, Hinn tells anecdotes to the crowd, even engaging in banter with the hired hand playing Central Hall's huge organ.
RELIGION
A young hired hand is warned against getting close to the beautiful, haughty daughter of his ranchowner employer, but her haunting beauty zzzzzzzzzz...
BOOKS
In this parable, the hired hand always gives his employer the benefit of the doubt by imagining the best possible motivation for actions that otherwise seemed suspect.
RELIGION
«I'm a hired hand,» Harrison said during a conference call.
BUSINESS
In particular, we have an old bunk house that the hired hands used to sleep in that has oodles of potential as a little guest cabin.
HOUSE & HOME
Businesses in North America, when they do hire young creators, want them to work as hired hands on properties owned or licensed by them.
BOOKS
He taught them trades and treated as not just a slave, but a hired hand, even thought they were not paid.
RELIGION
His plan was to step away, again, this summer, when he was scheduled to hand the CEO reins to longtime lieutenant Keith Creel and start a three-year tenure as a consultant (or, in his own words, a «hired hand») to the railway.
BUSINESS
Mr. Hanson: congratulations, we, the people expect nothing less from hired hands who have no minds of their own.
POLITICS
After a particularly vicious insult session drives the peasant away, Father Tommasso (Reilly) brings on new hired hand Massetto (Franco), a virile young servant forced into hiding by his angry lord.
MOVIES & TV
If we become «spiritually independent», what do we do with it and how do we ensure a leader in any flock is a good shepherd and not a hired hand that doesn't care for the sheep?
RELIGION
The story of a hired hand (played by Dave Franco) who disrupts the lives of a Medieval nunnery is among the new Specialty titles out this weekend.
MOVIES & TV
Robarts even stipulates that upon purchase, collectors must complete the work by painting the color swatches themselves, in a radical, politicized act of class reversal: the buyer becomes the hired hand.
ART
So he gets coaching from one of his hired hands played by Kevin Hart.
MOVIES & TV
She acknowledges her vision is out of sync with Cuomo's desire to leverage state money with private investment; the private sector's role in her plan would be as government's hired hand.
POLITICS
«Foreigners and their foreign hired hands should butt out,» said Kathryn Marshall, a spokeswoman for Ethical Oil.
ENVIRONMENT
It's one of the rare titles developed by Tose that the company actually put its name on; it usually works behind the scenes as a hired hand, helping with ports and compilations.
GAMING
At first, Robinson was her fifth-grade math teacher, but then their paths continued to cross as he became her junior high school assistant principal, then high school principal, then principal for whom she worked, then colleague and, finally, hired hand!
EDUCATION
* Tension simmers in a rural household inhabited by a lonely woman, her rebellious daughter, and a disturbed young man working as a hired hand while he decides what to do with his life.
MOVIES & TV
They are both internally and externally incongruent, and show that these municipalities and their hired hands will do and say anything to score headlines — even if it means directly contradicting what they said before.
ENVIRONMENT
Director Steven Soderbergh is quite a talented filmmaker, with gems like sex, lies and videotape and Out of Sight to his credit, but he seems to be in «hired hand» territory with EB.
MOVIES & TV
Fields and a couple other behind-the-camera talents get screen time, too, like producer-director Adam Arkin, which is cool, but a bit of input from some of the more interesting «hired hand» directors (like John Dahl) would have been a nice bonus.
MOVIES & TV
November 18, 2015 • Frank Deford wonders: Once the games are over, are the football players really accepted, or are they just hired hands?
MOVIES & TV
We know they'll become the core of the Abstract Expressionist movement, but at the time of The Muralist they're all working in New York as hired hands for the WPA, the Roosevelt administration's effort to put cash in the pockets of starving artists in exchange for creating work that will lift the spirits of Depression-era Americans.
ART
With a couple of out-of-control hired hands, Stevo (Sam Riley) and Bernie (Enzo Cilenti), they have a suitcase full of money to buy guns for the IRA.
MOVIES & TV
These artists were invited to provide instructions for works to be produced (in whatever sense they decide) in not more than 2 wo/man-hours by hired hands.
ART
Today's dog is much more a member of the family than a hired hand.
PETS
It should have been idyllic, and it was until a hired hand threw the R8 into the scenery.
AUTOMOBILES
The Limmers wrestle six days a week with the monster backlog, but family pride demands corners be carefully rounded — not cut — and no hired hand be laid on a Limmer boot.
SPORTS
Spending the time to talk to people about their lives outside work shows a genuine interest in them as individuals and sends a message that they're more than just hired hands.
BUSINESS
«Symbolically, it's important because by the end they were sort of accepting us as true faculty members, not just hired hands,» says Mark McGovern, who is an adjunct at St. Francis College in New York City.
SCIENCE
He becomes a hired hand, earning the respect of owner Ernest (Rory Calhoun) and falling in love with Ernest's daughter Harley (Isabel Glasser), a woman determined to save the struggling spread with victory in a Las Vegas rodeo.
MOVIES & TV
He takes care of his nearly helpless, debilitated mother during the day, but at night he is a hired hand.
MOVIES & TV
Is it unethical for the attorney's name to appear on a blog post as the writer, when a hired hand did the actual work?
LAW
The younger son is so warped by his sense of unworthiness that he is prepared to eat the rest of his meals in the bunkhouse with the hired hands.
RELIGION
Everything seems to be going fine at their convent until Father Tommasso brings on new hired hand, a virile young servant forced into hiding by his angry lord.
MOVIES & TV
Open book management, when successfully implemented, teaches people to think as business-people, not as hired hands.
LAW
He's referring to the fact that, after being trapped in a bunker with the creepy conspiracy theorist/kidnapper Howard (John Goodman) and a mysterious hired hand Emmett (John Gallagher Jr.), 10 Cloverfield Lane's main character, Michelle (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), finally breaks out and realizes the crazy theories are true — aliens have invaded the Earth.
MOVIES & TV
He failed to respond, so I, as a 12 year old and an older kid who worked summers as our hired hand, went to empty the house of this man's belongings.
ENVIRONMENT
But in among the aficionados you will usually find hired hands, paid to wait in line on behalf of others with more money than time.
SCIENCE
There are plenty of smart home products that don't require complicated installation if you'd rather avoid it, but if you really want to supercharge your smart home you're going to need a little DIY magic (or a hired hand).
TECHNOLOGY
I vividly remember, during my own youth, my mother and father talking at the kitchen table and discarding wannabe babysitters for such reasons as lack of intelligence, possible drinking problem, ugliness and poor hygiene, but all that effort still didn't stop one hired hand from encouraging me to jump as far as I could off the back of the couch.
MOVIES & TV
Getting clients to understand the importance of routine maintenance, whether performed by the homeowner or a hired hand, will help improve the performance of the home and achieve its desired function.
REAL_ESTATE
The opening credit sequence, which unfolds as a series of smooth pans and tilts across extreme close-ups of baroque, CG-kissed headgear and flower-enmeshed skulls, soon gives way to ratty old videotape of the designer in his pre-Givenchy days, punning on «haute couture» and looking more like a hired hand than like one of the most influential designers of the late twentieth century.
MOVIES & TV
Depending upon the book, the hired hands will likely cost between a few hundred and a few thousand dollars.
BOOKS
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