bewilderment


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While the method of Bewilderment is dialogic, its tone is elegiac as Ferry attempts to straddle the divide that separates the living from the dead, spirit from matter, Old Rome from New Jersey.
The opinions expressed in the professional literature in regards to the confusion and bewilderment mood states encountered in situations with a high level of psychological tension (such as professional sports competitions) tend to associate these moods with the classical emotional dimension of organized-disorganized, closely linked to anxiety states (McNair, Lorr, Droppleman, 1971).
This is why Commissioner Oettinger's statement causes bewilderment," Vigenin stated Thursday, as cited by the press office of the Foreign Ministry.
It does give one a kind of sense of bewilderment about how absolute nonthings take off.
THERE were few tougher, harder jump jockeys than Gary Moore, but even the fearless rider-turnedtrainer was shaking his head in bewilderment and admiration at the sight of Tony McCoy weighing out for a novice hurdle just minutes after taking an x-rated fall from State Benefit in the novice chase at Fontwell yesterday.
ISLAMABAD, October 29, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The central leader of PPPP, Raja Pervez Ashraf has expressed his bewilderment at the recent PML-N rally.
I returned to see an elderly couple standing by this same car, in utter bewilderment at having been given a pounds 70 parking ticket, despite displaying a disabled sticker.
ru portal, passengers rushed to the help of those injured in the blast following a brief bewilderment.
STAFF REACT WITH BEWILDERMENT LIVERPOOL council staff today reacted with shock and bewilderment at the news 1,500 workers would be made redundant.
There was a real confidence so naturally there's a real feeling now almost of bewilderment at where we are, especially seeing how we've played.
Keeping up with the various comings and goings of Precious and the people in her life is confusing enough, which gives some insight into the bewilderment she experienced in her early years.
Bewilderment mingles with fear and excitement, then disbelief, followed by confusion--all mixed together in a jumble of emotions--alternating confusion with a glimmer of joy and hope, then fear, then bewilderment again.
This predictable picture book text evokes the bewilderment of a small cat in an urban environment and the warmth and generosity of the community in feeding the cat with no name.
Then I'm sure, like you, I scratch my head in bewilderment and despair.
A hundred years from now the people of the 21st century will look back with bewilderment at the Supreme Court's 1973 decision on obscenity.