They cooked their meat before they ate it and they shunned many articles of food as unclean that Tarzan had eaten with gusto all his life and so insidious is the virus of hypocrisy that even the stalwart ape-man hesitated to give rein to
his natural longings before them.
KUWAIT - His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah called on the youth to give rein to
their energy and zest for life in order to realize their aspirations.
When we were growing up, we were never allowed to give rein to
our creative instincts and draw - or write - on the walls of our rooms.
If we give rein to
it, it helps to keep us psychologically healthy and even free of depression.
Yet Bees' recent results mean the good-natured Kiwi is having to give rein to
his inner Grinch as his role as director of rugby metamorphoses into Portway's resident Keeper of Feet on Ground.
Unfortunately, new freedoms give rein to
the majority to lash out at minorities.
Against ten men and a goal up West Brom began to give rein to
their most flowing football.
It's as if he's released from his shackles, allowed to give rein to
his attacking tendencies.
Subsequent chapters give rein to
Kouame's preference for the prosopographical.
Ketil explains how he includes improvisational passages in his compositions, allowing top musicians to give rein to
their own creativity within given parameters.
HOWARD WRIGHT at the GBGC Gambling Law Conference in London SPORTS minister Richard Caborn is being urged to give rein to
legislation that would allow betting shops to open from midmorning to late-evening all year round well in advance of the anticipated date of September 2007.
There will be plenty of opportunities to give rein to
our hippie side - and let's face it, we all have one, no matter how latent.
Having perused papers and periodicals from this not-so-distant past--noting the familiarity of headlines and out-of-date typography--you can now give rein to
your fancy: might not something have happened on the 16th of June which the press has omitted to report?
Of course, we keep our emotions in check, but I think there is a point when emotions can no longer be ignored and we have give rein to
what we truly feel.
Keuy notes that in Jerome's translations of Origen's homilies, "side by side with drastic periphrases, abbreviations, and interpolations designed to help the reader's understanding, we come across traces of [Jerome's] incorrigible tendency to heighten or intensify the colour of an expression, to give rein to
his personal opinions or prejudices, or to show off his learning" (p.