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States, along with highway and mass transit contractors, are gung ho.
If so, then why are police so gung ho about enforcing these laws at the beginning of the school year, only to slack off long before Thanksgiving?
The very no-nonsense book concludes bizarrely with a section that looks like an advertisement for a brand of energy bars, but interested readers should nonetheless find the meat of the book appealing for its brevity and gung ho attitude.
Gung Ho custom is based on the spirit of the beaver, squirrel and the goose.
Plenty of folk had been poking fun at Asda this week for its decision to model its training on the American management bestseller Gung Ho.
GUNG HO features Patti's touring and recording band: Lenny Kaye on electric and acoustic guitars; Oliver Ray on electric and acoustic guitars; bassist Tony Shanahan; drummer Jay Dee Daughertry; and Patti Smith on vocals and acoustic guitars.
Jarecki interviews a variety of pundits from both ends of the political spectrum, both disgruntled and gung ho military types, various civilians and even a couple of Iraqi citizens about the title question (``Why We Fight,'' by the way, was the name of the propaganda series Frank Capra oversaw during World War II, back when the reasons weren't so morally murky).
Adapted from Fassbinder's stage play, Water Drops portrays a tortured relationship between manipulative older man Leopold (Bernard Giraudeau) and naive, romantic youth Franz (Malik Zidi), which turns even uglier when Leopold's transsexual ex and Franz's gung ho girlfriend arrive.