According to Mr Mutoro, while austerity measures are well intended, implementing them amid run away graft makes nonsense of
It makes nonsense of
the money multiplier and the Monetary Policy Rate (MPR), instruments for managing money in circulation, volume of credit and inflation.
It makes nonsense of
the now familiar, but hollow, promises of top politicians not to be defeated by terrorism.
The very concept of Bob a Rose (which can be viewed in its entirety on YouTube) seems designed to launch a protest campaign, but the show is grounded in such specific, complex characterizations that it makes nonsense of
complaints that its central relationship questions the true nature of sexual orientation.
Of course, more than four decades later, Macdonald is living proof which makes nonsense of
the oft-repeated claim Newcastle fans don't like players or managers if they are from London.
But Shepard underscores how famine makes nonsense of
much ordinary morality.
And it goes without saying that low inflation combined with rapid job growth makes nonsense of
all those predictions that Obamacare, or maybe just the president's bad attitude, would destroy the private sector.
Professor Overy nowhere explains why he does not include the air offensive against Japan, and superficially the concentration on Europe may seem a sensible, business-like procedure: but as so often with seemingly sensible, business-like procedures, it makes nonsense of
the whole exercise.
Senior military circles operating in the field of counterterrorism say that detaining terrorist suspects without interrogating them makes nonsense of
It is quite wrong not to use a brownfield site in a case of this sort because it makes nonsense of
the existing planning system and its endeavours to try to care for what is left of the countryside.
This omission strikes hard at the state existence and makes nonsense of
the concepts of justice and equality.
Which in many ways makes nonsense of
the numerous claims, hailing a market recovery
Our overall performance makes nonsense of
Roy Hodgson's statement after the game that he could not have asked any more from his side and that he was proud of them.
All of the above individuals have at some time represented the country of their birth at senior level, which makes nonsense of
this manipulation of national status.
If that's true it makes nonsense of
the whole thing.