But the core the network delivery hair-splitting
at least has a number of fairly clear KPIs that give some grounds for comparison.
The news caused a riot and people became hysterical and broke down in tears with hair-splitting
cries of desperation.
With the modern church so consumed with equally hair-splitting
issues, it was an utterly believable account.
Liberal groups got their share of hair-splitting
But the less interested wider public is less prone to such hair-splitting
seems ironic to me when I remember the famous Judgment of Paris, where in a blind tasting of French and American wines by 11 judges on May 24, 1976, the Californian Chateau Montelena's 1973 Alexander Valley Chardonnay topped the white wine category, much to the anguish of Burgundy producers, who believed their Chablis was unbeatable.
This story, reported in this newspaper, was snapped up by the national dailies as an example of unimaginative hair-splitting
that belittled Birmingham.
analysts noted Sizemore's cowlicks as evidence of some "frightening incongruities.
During this prolonged and pivotal period for folk music, when ideological differences and terminological hair-splitting
were all the rage, Silber was masterful at provoking debate.
She urged that rather than getting into self-destructive blame-gaming and hair-splitting
, we should take the Democratic Governments policy statement as a starting point to form a comprehensive strategy to deal with the fallout of the events of May 2.
When I became confused over all the hair-splitting
it was politely stated that the repo rate can at most be considered to be a policy signal, and that, in fact it has minimal effect on bank funding or on domestic liquidity.
If there are no delays, no obstructions, no hair-splitting
, if the commission works smoothly, if we don't get interventions from different parties, if people let us alone, it is just feasible that we will meet the 9th January deadline," he said.
When the papal visit was first pondered, Mr Powell, ever the hair-splitting
historian, called on the then Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Robert Runcie - a peaceable soul who wanted no truck with Northern Irish sectarianism - for an afternoon cup of tea at Lambeth Palace.
In that critically praised article, Professor (at that time) Kagan seems more concerned with justifications for hair-splitting
minutia about government control of speech, rather than focusing on how to protect the freedom of speech from government intrusion, which is the purpose of the First Amendment.
With their heads already spinning from slickest of performances by the clowns, spectators were swiftly lost in the quicksand of lawyers' lingo, spun on by hair-splitting
testimony from Lord Goldsmith, Blair's Attorney General who, hours before the war started, was confronted by the British armed forces chief at Blair's office refusing to order his 10,000 men to march to the top of the hill until the realm's chief lawyer answered his question: "Would the war be legal?