Now the chairmen - who were always the biggest obstacle - seem to be getting on board Don't hold your breath for it just yet but enough of them are pushing for it that we may actually see some change for the good coming from them.
What does DHYB stand for?
DHYB stands for Don't Hold Your Breath
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Samples in periodicals archive:
An early investor presentation, according to reports, said Sugar would notch $15 million in revenue in 2008 and $40 million in 2009; don't hold your breath waiting for that, kids.
Let's hope there are some prosecutions and stiff sentences handed out over this, but don't hold your breath.
While OIG usually completes most of the studies it launches each year, don't hold your breath for immediate changes in reimbursement rates or working standards, according to St.
Don't hold your breath, though, for the early arrival of 'intelligent' parametric real-life building products.
But don't hold your breath waiting for the Democrats to capitalize on this scandal.
Experts said throughout 2000 that prices had to decrease some time, but prices rose by a third during the first three quarters of the year Oil company executives say prices in early 2001 should fall from about US$32 a barrel to a range of $22 to $28 per barrel--but don't hold your breath.
I do believe it will change, but don't hold your breath waiting