Mackey calls upon us, for example, to resist "shallow, simplistic readings" of black literature "that belabor
the most obvious aspects of the writer's work and situation, readings that go something like this: 'So-and-so is a black writer.
Chairman, I want to belabor
this point, because TEI believes it is important to keep focused on the big picture and to avoid generalizations and misrepresentations.
Though Riordan doesn't belabor
the point, her examples frequently show how cosmetic products allowed Women to score 'higher at the beauty game, but not to change it.
Patrick orders his obeisant secretary, Chloe Sevigny), but to add that it speaks with forked tongue to Clinton-generated, bull-market amorality would belabor
There is no need to belabor
the point for nursing homes, which are facing their own major challenges this year in getting their systems up to speed for MDS 2.
It would perhaps belabor
the point to spell out how both grant, who has returned from California to teach, and his charge Jefferson, a repressed and unthinking member of a post-slave society, achieve a level of self-awareness which allows them to achieve redemption into life.
There is no more need for the court to belabor
and discuss in this order what has been already been extensively discussed in the assailed order, the court said in an order dated June 24 but made public on Wednesday.
I didn't feel I had to revisit or belabor
the idea of mechanical reproduction.
Although reasonably well-acted and handsomely produced, pic is a numbingly pretentious psychological drama that takes an unconscionably long time to belabor
the obvious, and occasionally merits laughter for some overwrought and inadvertently funny dialogue.
The book sometimes tends to belabor
the obvious (for the poor, "furniture and .
The material arguments had been amply passed upon in the subject decision and there is no need to belabor
the same," the court said.
If you belabor
it, then it collapses under its own weight.
Thus, to discuss again its ratio decidendi (the rule of law on which a judicial decision is based) would be to belabor
the issues without end," the court said in a decision written by Justice Edwin Sorongon.
Not to belabor
a point, but Fred Coble's dismissive reply (Your Opinions, Dec.
Without wishing to belabor
my criticism of this portion of a book whose reading I found absorbing, I would argue that here, the relationship between generalizations and the evidence on which these are based is much more tenuous.