mind-numbing


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mind-numbing

Extremely dull and boring. If we have to sit through another mind-numbing lecture today, I'm going to need another cup of coffee!
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That, and other mind-numbing information, is what you get when you take the incredibly softbound "Bill James Gold Mine 2008" ($21.
Sold, ITV's Hotel Babylon rip-off without the clever script, is more mind-numbing than a date with Holly Willoughby.
With bone-shattering spills and mind-numbing thrills, It's Time will never get stale and smell of fish.
Province to province, First Nation to different levels of Canadian government, not to mention Metis and Inuit, makes for mind-numbing reading.
The funding gap is exacerbated when urban schools are forced to buy expensive mind-numbing teacher-proof curricula and hire goons to enforce its implementation.
The site in question does post excerpts from The Watchtower in mind-numbing, obsessive detail.
It would take a deft hand to keep the story flowing and the audience from becoming totally confused, but there can be no doubt the effect would be as close to real life as you could get without actually sitting through a series of mind-numbing meetings that reduce relatively simple concepts to nearly impenetrable complexity.
Reading these two books in sequence, I came across a passage in Charles Glenn's foreword to Between Memory and Vision that threw a sharp and revealing light on the subtle and often mind-numbing distinctions elaborated in Does God Belong in Public Schools?
Nowadays there appear to be only two chants: the mind-numbing Toon, Toon, Black and White Army and the moronic We Are The Geordie Boot Boys.
WRITER Anna Pasternak has told the nation that she found her baby daughter, Daisy, boring and found the responsibility of bringing her up claustrophobic, exhausting and mind-numbing.
In Tokyo, where commutes are significantly longer and more mind-numbing, and the tunnels themselves sometimes dauntingly far below the streets, the colorful moving adverts might provide some relief from the boredom and cheek-by-jowl crowds.
We come to empathize with this childless couple who give life and hope to a single child plucked from among the many, enduring a mind-numbing bureaucratic process to adopt her.
So how does he plan to refresh a ballet that has been staged in countless mind-numbing productions?
I could also find no single instance in the notes, except perhaps one, where Turner has actually consulted a real archive (as opposed to a scholarly library): the mind-numbing business of going through legal records provides quick assurance that most early modern life was not a sexual farrago, however pervasive its sexual paradigms were in shaping experience.