I shop in my local village, using the bakery, newsagents, small Co-op etc and, yes, Morrisons, However, this is where you miss the point
of my argument.
This is to miss the point
of the Mass with its sacrificial nature.
As a film critic and media literacy educator, I am bothered when audiences miss the point
of a movie because of a bad word.
BONO, on how right-wing Christians miss the point
of the U2 song "One," as quoted in the November 3 issue of Roiling Stone
However unfortunate, this is the natural evolution of the beast, and those who complain that it is now no more than a showcase for the next Hollywood blockbuster miss the point
But to dwell on technicalities is to miss the point
It's easy to miss the point
when teams hire whichever singer the record producer down the street is pushing this week.
You seem to miss the point
entirely that I was recounting my own past experiences--as triggered by Ellen Gallagher's provocative art and her quite irreverent representation of the "race issue.
Lest anyone miss the point
, Fierstein adds, "I am an artist," with simultaneous mock-haughtiness and no-bull conviction.
But to suggest that life bilked Ted Williams out of even one swing is to miss the point
of his memory, which Friday permeated baseball, where living greats of the game praised him, and reached all the way to the White House, where President Bush noted his wartime efforts before his ball-field exploits.
In any other case, this would either be anomalous or miss the point
If you only look at the stats, you miss the point
Did I miss the point
of David Nyhan's ``Violent seeds bloom, Northern Ireland's Protestant malice has lengthy history,'' (Opinion, July 24), or was he trying to say that anyone with religious conviction is intrinsically evil?
Parker seems to miss the point
of the foot soldier's role in combat - the slogger is cannon fodder.