equality, democracy, universality); some perceptive points are made, and certain insights are commended; but the overall position is rebuked for ultimately failing to provide a coherent account of praxis--although radical intentions are fawningly
Mathias is a panderer and falls fawningly
at his master's feet in blind obedience.
Even Barak Obama has been duped, fawningly
and oh-so naively telling a recent American Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference that Jerusalem had to be the "undivided capital" of Israel.
Yet yesterday he fawningly
claimed there was no crisis in Zimbabwe and appealed for patience.
The Yale Law Journal fawningly
reviewed the book not once, but three times.
, the "60 Minutes" interviewer gushed that Weis is "a great teacher and motivator.
28) In Gulag, though, her rhetoric leans far enough to the fight that conservative reviewers have written fawningly
about the book, sometimes launching outrageous attacks against less enthusiastic critics.
The colonists resented their subordinate position while unabashedly helping themselves to its fruits; the officials considered them a stiff-necked lot, fawningly
ingratiating in their patron's rare presence, lazy, contentious, and grasping when he was gone.
The Daily Telegraph spoke fawningly
of ``the art of the judicious pause.
First, the Daily News provides a fawningly
written front-page editorial about the consultant who brought about the court- mandated halt to construction of the Orange Line busway.