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He particularly derides Joyce's "mythical" understanding of intercultural relations in a multicultural society, arguing that "the myth of an exclusively white mainstream into which Afro-Americans can |merge' by choice is utter and patent nonsense - a fiction perpetrated by rich Anglo-American males and rejected out of hand by most Afro-Americans from 1619 to our multi-ethnic, multidimensional, and complex present" (365).
This patent nonsense taints Sued-Badillo's article, "Columbus and the Indians," and while many facts are supplied about Columbus' crimes, there is nothing new.
Rating The Slow Show, White Water THE phrase "there must be something in the water" may well be patent nonsense but no English city - no, not even London or Liverpool - gives it more credence than Manchester.
This is patent nonsense and further brings the council into disrepute.
There was the Education Scotland website, describing the Statutes of Iona as oppressive English laws - patent nonsense.
Yes, education today is not what it was and university degrees and GCSEs seem far too easy to come by, but to say they are 'worthless' and that 'most people in this country under 40 cannot add up' is patent nonsense.
In a recent column I looked at how it was patent nonsense in an over-populated country of 61 million, 2.
I don't have any argument over the need to improve substantially the working hours of a lot of stable staff (and of plenty of small trainers, some of whom, to my certain knowledge, work far harder and longer hours than any `groom' I've ever met), but to say it's all in the hands of owners is patent nonsense.
The notion that people will somehow make a judgment on independence based on how many Olympic medals the UK wins is patent nonsense.
I WAS hoping that the patent nonsense regarding "climate change" peddled by politicians of all parties and indeed by the BBC at every opportunity may have slipped down the agendas.
It is patent nonsense that we have concealed information from the players,'' said Gray .
So the idea that this Samoan side will be in anyway in thrall to their opponents tonight is patent nonsense.