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The emptiest part of the day, the stretch between late morning and early afternoon while James was still at the warehouse, was best for thinking.
He called No Child Left Behind "one of the emptiest slogans in politics" that amounted to "fill[ing] in a few bubbles on a standardized test.
You crawled from light to light, seeking out the emptiest streets, as the past came speeding back: memories of your last days in the Old Country, your helplessness, your hysteria.
Recognizing that the emptiest, most ravaged parts of the city were predominantly African American neighborhoods, they worried that the storm's most lasting toll would be demographic: the demise of the city's black majority and the political voice that came with it.
The groups arrange cycling outing on weekends when streets in Cairo are in their emptiest and friendliest state.
The vacuum created makes the pipe the emptiest space in the solar system," Bhattacharya said.
Even the stillest and emptiest of frames is inhabited, even the most sterile of environments comes alive with sound and movement.
till it becomes the stalest and emptiest adjective in his vocabulary" (163).
Look: there is a glow inside / the emptiest spaces when we / study their darkness.
If, echoing Baudrillard, Jameson is correct that the Gothic's mechanism of othering is no longer relevant, because, as 'the emptiest form of sheer Otherness' it is simply 'tedious' and no longer convincing (290), it is still true that, in Postmodernisms world, a mechanism depending on the delegation of tedium--itself a cover for threat--is alive and well.
sellers, those with the emptiest pockets, as the remaining defendants if
I" is also a writerly convention--the emptiest and most neutral of pronouns.
Although choosing one of the coldest and emptiest days possible, the couple were undeterred and now look forward to heading to Aintree in April
A hundred thousand forty-and sixty-foot sections of half-inch-thick steel pipe were welded together, wrapped in insulation and an outer covering of sheet metal, and stretched across our emptiest state, in one fell swoop.