In my opinion, it doesn't even do it murkily
. Sadly, common knowledge of the Constitution includes a lot of common misconceptions.
(13) The lines are stumbling hastily toward sweet because one path of Shakespeare's poetic imagination is twisting murkily
toward Bolingbroke's surprised and surprising response to his father's suggestion that he make the best of his banishment ("who can ...
One can get irked by his pen pictures and images (such as Charlie McCallum's bravery at Isurava "seemed more Schwarzenegger than Anzac", of tanks at Milne Bay being "Daleks", the Japanese at Milne Bay demonstrated "the barbarity of rampant Visigoths", or that "Rowell could be murkily
self-indulgent" to cite a few.
We invade Iraq together, murkily
privatize social welfare, militarize our universities and the media.
This stance comes across somewhat murkily
because the meaning of these "regional princely associations" is not explored, and different kinds of privileged elites and "politicized estates" (p.
Seduced by vividly imagined surfaces, we quickly find ourselves plunged into murkily
real emotional depths.
They're inside the administration, in an area murkily
Despite its supposed pragmatic, objective purpose, How We Die turned out to be a deeply, if murkily
, personal book.
It is a long, deceptively casual poem about a lesbian on a murkily
dangerous road trip in South Dakota, which begins, "They all think I'm a man, and take a long second look,/ or listen closely to my voice, before they apologize" and ends, "I grip the wheel and floor it," which by then is exactly what we feel very strongly she should do.
The man answers her question, murkily
. Suzy turns to the ADA and answers that no, there were no written contracts.
located and confusingly defined enemies, I find no words for
This competitor--the electronic one that is murkily
referred to as "the Internet" --directly challenges the "core competency" that newspapers have enjoyed for so long with splendid and unthreatened confidence.
Several things murkily
entered into Hooper's coming here tonight.
For more than a decade, students taking courses in literature, film, "cultural studies," and even, in some cases, anthropology and political science were taught that the world is just a socially constructed "text" about which you can say just about anything you want, provided you say it murkily