But this quibble
apart, the book is a concise and useful introduction to straw bale building wherever you are.
One might quibble
at first with the editors' assertion that "most people understand that race is a social construction and not a biological truth.
You might quibble
with the terminology (I do), but everything is accurately notated, down to the musical count.
While long-time fans will quibble
over the absence of some tracks, be they Two Halves Of A whole (1988), The Leap O' Faith (1993), Devil Music (1995), or Ride With Me (1998), the 17 songs that made it are an effective cross-section of the huge talents of a real treasure.
If any quibble
can be made about Marling's lively and informative text, it is that we now need a richer visual context for his art, including such transatlantic parallels as the Swede Carl Larsson's popular illustrations of domestic bliss.
One could quibble
about the omission of the most radical extensions (in particular, Paradise Garage DJ Larry Levan's far more tuneful rearrangement of "Feel Up").
I might quibble
with that litany of gifts and aim to give other sorts, but I much admire the giving, and I think it the essence of this ancient and modern, lovely and powerful, Catholic habit.
On opening night, there was little to quibble
My main quibble
is that I'd like to see more emphasis on buying new material.
I do have one quibble
with Weber's portrayal of lift in Queens--apartments in Rochdale Village are not tiny.
It is also possible to quibble
with her introduction of port de bras.
aside, the book's most serious conclusion is a useful one: The Republicans' success in taking control of Congress may carry with it the seeds of its own downfall.
After an elegant riff like that, it probably seems trivial to quibble
with Last Chance.
Martin and Ragas won't quibble
about the recent gains they have seen in MCF, but they are still in a "show me the money" mode when it comes to the Fayetteville Shale Play.
This would solve their quibble
with the measure last November that the retired judges might not be diverse enough to fairly draw political maps.