A: The boss himself or his secretary answer the phone on Saturday.
B: Neither the quality nor the prices have changed.
The poet says that neither forces of nature nor wars can destroy his poetry. In fact, even godly powers of Mars will not have a devastating effect on his rhyme. What quality of the poet is revealed through these lines?
What does the underlined idiom mean?
The aides complained to the mob boss that his right-hand man, Eddie, had become too big for his boots and may pose a threat to the boss himself.