In future I am not to go on living peacefully in my little corner, poor though that corner be I am not to go on living, as the proverb has it, without muddying the water
, or hurting any one, or forgetting the fear of the Lord God and of oneself?
Employment Minister Regina Doherty denied ministers were muddying the waters
on the referendum on the Eighth Amendment.
Muddying the waters
further, the channel, dubbed GII Media, has a logo that appears to be Daesh-affiliated, but the footage features a brigade called Jaysh al-Fath.
There is enough to contend with, and try to keep up with, in the purely-fictional parts of this convoluted conspiracy thriller without muddying the waters
further in this unnecessary way.
AS a TD, Leo Varadkar is used to muddying the waters
It is advisable for some to refrain from muddying the waters
and fishing therein and for some others to desist from dancing behind a Pied Piper whose magic tone, as tempting as it is, might lead its followers astray," said Xinhua in a commentary, referring to the standoff over territorial confrontations in the South China Sea.
But with winter testing not having produced a clear frontrunner and tweaks to tyre regulations further muddying the waters
, teams are expecting some unpredictable results in Australia.
SOCIAL vanity is muddying the waters
of marketing campaigns, leaving ill-informed firms wasting investment in pointless social campaigns.
Saudi Arabia, big oil and gas firms, their paid stooges and mouth pieces and their Philadelphia lawyers have done a good - if expensively purchased - job of muddying the waters
of the climate change debate.
A number of factors are muddying the waters
, not the least of which is the extent to which many students have made tools and Web sites like these a part of their daily practice outside of school.
Bourne is muddying the waters
slightly - or challenging our interpretive abilities - by double or triple casting all of the roles and having encounters between Anthony and Sheila, Anthony and Glenda, Speight and Glenda, etc.
If he does press ahead with a lawsuit, or write his own tit-for-tat story, he risks muddying the waters
If all this seems a bit confusing, Microsoft is muddying the waters
even more with last month's introduction of Windows NT, a 32-bit operating system, which sells for just under $500 for the desktop version and under $5,000 for the server.
Muddying the waters
, though, is an even newer hybrid, the so-called city bike, derived from mountain-bike parentage but designed for urban commuting.
The stock's 10-month trendline is also in the area, muddying the waters