Here in a nutshell, we have an excellent illustration of two approaches of creative motivation—extrinsic and intrinsic.
In a nutshell, it's an attempt to refight the 2012 election, only this time on terms way less favorable to Republicans.
The lesson, in a nutshell, is that too much Texas tough talk can backfire in a national race.
In a nutshell: After having been laid off, two manly men are unable to get new jobs.
The Democrats' main job this election season, in a nutshell, is to keep Romney out on the plank he walked during the primaries.
So that this creature tracks me in the manner of a nutshell following about in the wake of a ship.
"There you have the case in a nutshell," said Mr. Bonnithorne, dropping his voice.
Here's what I think of it, in a nutshell: a little goes a long way, and more than that is too much.
What is now required to be done may be stated in a nutshell.
Already he saw himself settled there as comfortably and snugly as a kernel in a nutshell.
To condense; sum up: If I'm forced to nutshell it, the show is about community, it's about the workplace and the town
[1883+; fr the idiom put something in a nutshell]