The quick fix of anti-Semitism again tempts those without historic memory.
The most important challenge we face today, fixing our economy, is another crisis that eludes any quick fix.
Haitian parents, children, and potential adoptive parents deserve more than a quick fix.
Whichever way you look at it, there is no quick fix for Mali.
And for those seeking a quick fix: Studies show that light therapy can spur a mood lift in just several days.
Bertie certainly put in the required effort—but this was no quick fix.
But behind the scenes, senate aides have been tamping down expectations for a quick fix.
With no prayer of a quick fix, these huge international institutions are looking at an eight-year horizon for little Greece.
And it's true, there's no quick fix, as I said, to instantly end the tragic pain of unemployment.
A hasty repair or relief job: He called my idea a quick fix at best, but he'd do it
[1966+; fr fix as ''repair'' influenced by fix as ''dose of narcotics'']