Log line: A no-nonsense new captain at a Brooklyn police precinct forces an immature but brilliant detective to grow up.
Hart's the good ol' boy type: wife, kids, mistress, no-nonsense demeanor, the beginnings of a paunch.
In those early days, no-nonsense Anna was a full partner in the business.
The no-nonsense jurist, who made a reported $45 million last year, is committed to continuing her show at least through 2013.
One, Cristina Ehrlich, is a no-nonsense, jeans-wearing workaholic who lives for her clients.
"I've been looking around," Malone said in what he hoped was a grim, no-nonsense tone.
He was as much a "no-nonsense" fellow, in his way, as a magistrate, or a minister.'
With their compact bodies and no-nonsense mannerisms they were recognizably Pyrran.
They mostly had a no-nonsense look about them, as if they were not going to be satisfied with more oratory.
He won't be capable of taking a no-nonsense, dogmatic, black-and-white stand.
"not tolerating foolishness, businesslike," 1928," from phrase to stand no nonsense, which is attested from 1821, originally in sporting slang.