So, once more we rise wearily
to point out the obvious - a constitutional amendment allowing Congress to criminally punish the "physical desecration" of the American flag isn't needed because no one is out there burning flags.
I just want to sit down," she wearily
groaned to a friend at one point during her trek through the press gantlet.
Before I clambered into the huge red boat of New York Gay Pride's grand marshal convertible, I reminded my co-marshal and fellow traveler, the activist-writer-theologian Father John McNeill, that when he was my college ethics professor he had huffed wearily
that "homosexuality was nothing more than mutual masturbation.
Take an issue, throw at it a very large sum of our money, put in place no real plans to make it work and wait for it to go wearily
Harold, listen," the battered candidate wearily
One would have thought, Lewontin says wearily
, that "industrial capitalism .
Can you please, he said wearily
, "Explain the difference between NAS and SAN to me?
But now I've had enough, dear Antonio Mora, living my life has been like living a thousand lives," Tabucchi's Pessoa sighs wearily
As Waples wearily
says, "Your mother probably thinks you are evolutionarily significant.
Abraham's face, in Abraham and Isaac, wears strata of unsolved emotion: exhausted, expectant, apprehensive and faintly cynical, ear wearily
cocked to heaven for the last word, glazed eyes far beyond reason, he meets God's test with a sort of reciprocal test: Nu?
As we wearily
end the century, those lists will be drawn up, those assessments will be made--who was the greatest this, who was the greatest that.
As he shuffled wearily
through Heathrow Airport bound for New York, 73- year-old Brando had no excess baggage to pay for.
On the way back to the street I tried to edge past him, indifferent, But he smiled wanly, wearily
, Yet another passing through without buying.
Conservatives have lost their zeal for advocating minimal government," he writes, "not because they have decided big government is desirable, but because they have wearily
concluded that trying to reduce it is hopeless, and that even the task of preventing its further growth will probably exceed their strength.
Asked to elaborate, Diana wearily
concluded, "I won't do anything that might be considered obscene.