While such whims and chimeras were flitting across my fancy I began to look askance
As England grew Puritan, the people began to look askance
at the theater, for the Puritans had always been its enemies.
Where," asked he, with a look askance
at them -- for it was the clergyman's peculiarity that he seldom, now-a-days, looked straight forth at any object, whether human or inanimate" where, my kind doctor, did you gather those herbs, with such a dark, flabby leaf?
It's talk like that that makes some people look askance
One must also look askance
at this deplorable tendency to issue unwarranted tweets and that too at the highest level.
While not denying that he and his actions will be judged by history in due course, the world does look askance
Some states look askance
even at this, wanting to preserve the flexibility of customary law, but Lijnzaad says that identifying customary international law matters to the work of courts and tribunals, and it is judges who are frequently called upon not only to decide a case on the basis of customary rules, but--prior to that--to establish that a particular rule in fact exists.
Certainly if he were looking, Bentley would look askance
at the conventional critical wisdom that we're currently in a golden age of television.
Big brother" UEFA, though it has not commented on the matter yet, is also watching and may look askance
at Turkish football, whose image has already been tarnished by match-fixing allegations.
As someone wrote recently, women who would look askance
at being asked to take part in the often brutal sexual practices described, can't seem to get enough of the film and book.
In the long run, it could even hurt your employability inChina, becauseUS governmentis going to look askance
at Chinese firms that hire former cyber spies," said Baker, a partner withSteptoe& Johnson LLP.
Federal regulators may look askance
at any move by Sprint, the third-largest U.
Then too there is the pre-landing lurch for the loos - floors flooded with "water" and paper - which nevertheless keep customers closeted for ages while those in the queue look askance
of each other and get in the way of crew gathering blankets and headsets.
Some people look askance
at the mention of such a plant, but it has been rife in our gardens for hundreds of years, making them more beautiful places in the process.
While the DOJ will rarely demand the involvement of the board, it may look askance
at an investigation that is conducted by senior management when members of that group are implicated.