This ultra-linear novel begins with, and not after, an author's note from which a word is used to summarize travel in India: "bamboozle"--soon put to use at a train station when a clerk claims, "There is no bamboozlement
Their assistant producers have some pretty good record collections and come up with the right tune for the right set of bloopers, screamers and Brazilian bamboozlement
We're happy to hear that the offending factory eventually lost its certification, but it's troubling that it got approved in the first place; auditors are supposed to see through managers' attempts at bamboozlement
That's the kind of bamboozlement
Spike Lee has been probing, with mixed success, ever since Do the Right Thing.
Yet the fact is that in spite of terrorism, concentration camps, beatings-up and the bamboozlement
of the population by the Reichstag Fire, the 1933 elections still gave the Nazis only some 42 per cent of the votes.
States can do many things, especially such things as committing mass murder, mass extortion, and mass theft and carrying out the relentless bamboozlement
of their subjects, but among the many things that states cannot do successfully is enforce virtuous behavior.
I can't remember the last time I was left in such a state of confusion and bamboozlement
Current assumptions in the press are that for ten months, readers and viewers will want to be handicappers of the horse race and "cognoscenti of their own bamboozlement
," as Todd Gitlin once wrote.