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perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements

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In the first part of an interview about the two seventeenth-century texts -- al-SanhE1/2ry1/2's Risible Rhymes and al-Shirby1/2ny1/2's later Brains Confounded by the Ode of AbE1/2 ShyudE1/2f Expounded -- Davies talkedabout why he values Brains Confounded , how his reading of it has changed since the 1970s, the connections he makes between al-Shirby1/2ny1/2 and Ahmad Faris al-Shidyyuq, and more.
We are now being confounded also by the emergence of green evangelicals, pro-life in a planetary sense.
The spatial association was not confounded by age group, nor did the strength of association differ significantly by age group.
Here is Ann when she spots the passengers: The sight that fills our eyes and ears/is of a sodden woeful band/clumped in mourning/expelling sharp confounded cries.
I am so disturbed, I am so confounded by this bad taste.
He said that the decision to fight on had confounded prophets of doom who claimed that the yard would be closed last year.
Fully half the problems on the worksheet are impossible to solve as a result of missing conditions, leading Armstrong to declare: "The probability that a student will end up utterly confounded and frustrated by the exercise approaches 100%.
The research undertaken for Global Contract Logistics 2006 showed that all regions contributed to the double digit growth, which confounded many expectations in the industry.
The brightly colored, three-dimensional puzzle confounded consumers for 25 years and it will get a digital update as the Walt Disney Internet Group announced a partnership with British licensor Seven Towns Ltd.
As interesting as these efforts were, they were ultimately absurdist enterprises that confounded the expectations around a single product: Barbie speaking like G.
This led the investigators to conclude that spray drift is unlikely to have confounded the association they discovered.
Robinson's stirring account of the translation of these texts leads to the ongoing story of scripts that have confounded code breakers since the Renaissance, including the Indus script of Pakistan and the ancient country of Etruria.
Since the early 1970s, at least 25 previously unknown pathogenic agents and diseases have been identified, and in recent years mounting resistance to antimicrobial agents has confounded the treatment of many illnesses (3).
We were confounded to hear of a termination letter in response to our request to drill four wells.