The remembrance of Christ can be made in a way that befogs
other memories, the memories harbored by those beside us at table or of those who feel alienated from the table.
47) The authors described the conflicting results as "illustrative of the confusion and specious distinction which befogs
with judicial wisdom the constitution lore of special legislation.
This classical method of analytical writing makes for clarity and discipline, but sometimes Oakes befogs
his distinctions with sub-elements.
Some of them, those who have overcome the fear that befogs
Earth minds, will pass on to really exciting worlds, which are suitable for smarter people.
The importance of Morgan's life, and of the institution that he helped create, makes Vincent Carosso's magisterial history of "the Morgans" a landmark in social history, and removes the last shred of respectability from the old Progressive view of capitalism that still befogs
the landscape of American historiography.