As always with CBS, if it's not broken, don't fix it seems to be their modus operandi.
Cain gives them a chance to try and do the same thing, without changing anything else about their modus operandi.
Her modus operandi is not unlike that of a roving investigative journalist.
While they fought each other on the details, they shared enough in principle to find a modus operandi.
But under the ad hoc rules of crony capitalism, the law counts for little and political hardball is the modus operandi.
His modus operandi is similar to that of Borckenhagen in its main features.
The modus operandi of this scheme is as simple as it is satisfactory.
I have given in 'Seonee' a description of the modus operandi.
The following anecdote will give an idea of their modus operandi.
One Boer had already drawn up a memorandum of what he considered should be the modus operandi in dealing with the storekeepers.
The way someone does something; a characteristic method: “Her modus operandi in buying a new car always included a month of research.” This phrase, often abbreviated “m.o.,” is used by police to describe a criminal's characteristic way of committing a crime. From Latin, meaning “method of operation.”