befuddlement


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Following fairly faithfully in the drug and alcohol sodden steps of The Hangover, this is less successful at wringing laughs out of the best men's befuddlement at exactly what did happen the night before.
So you might imagine my surprise upon hearing key actors in the sector express befuddlement about this in a recent Ways and Means subcommittee hearing called to discuss non-profit tax issues.
High farce, bewilderment and befuddlement aplenty will be the order of the day when the Everyman Open Air Theatre Festival launches in leafy St Fagans this week with faithful re-enactments of three of the original Fawlty Towers television episodes.
While in their joy they were disbelieving and still wondering," Luke begins, nicely describing their continuing befuddlement.
And when subsequent questions revealed the extent of their befuddlement, O'Brien would backtrack to explain at even greater length what he'd meant.
Between the blossoming and often contradicting interest in boys and food and counting down to becoming a teenager, 11 was an age of befuddlement.
Sandra Erwin passes on some odd advice for contractors to focus less on stock prices and more on customers, but she fails to recognize the hopeless befuddlement of the customer, the Department of Defense.
The other important thing about this process is that it is not new or unexpected, contrary to the prevailing accounts of many international observers and analysts, who continue to express a combination of surprise and befuddlement at what is sweeping our region.
It is this kind of job title befuddlement which enables slum landlords to call themselves "property developers" and celebrity stoolbotherer Gillian Mc-Keith to call herself a doctor.
The best example of this is when Perez shows American leaders' absolute befuddlement with regard to Fidel Castro.
In the early days of Sojourners, a child in the community took a wooden cross and used it as a pretend bomber, while his parents likely shook their heads in befuddlement.
Taylor's clearest literary ancestor, however, has to be Flannery O'Connor, as Taylor's characters encounter a similar mix of violence, befuddlement, and occasional hard-won moments of transcendence.
At least one member of our party expressed befuddlement at the notion of cheese on a tuna sandwich, but was reassured by the others that this is fairly common practice.
ACRIMONY, the cause of which is often jealousy or bitterness, cannot be said to play a part in what follows -- although I must admit befuddlement at the stupendous rise in both land and property prices here since 2000, and more particularly their maintained dizzy heights, given the catastrophic effects of this depression on house prices in both the US and the UK.
What if I spent my session bumbling about like some sort of Cro-Magnon, greeting the cross-trainer with the same type of befuddlement previously reserved for the discovery of fire.