This has to be the deadest
I have ever seen it," she said yesterday.
After we landed, we climbed up to the top of the island where we set up camp (positioned our chairs), and Machnau and I went to work on the biggest and deadest
But charging Temple Bar prices in the deadest
bar in Europe does not seem like a good idea.
And I usually focus on the deadest
individual, because I want to make that person come alive.
Now, I had never set eyes on Mark Noll in person until this very afternoon, but that did not stop me from conjuring him weeks ago: There he sat at his desk, head buried in his hands, agonizing about whether to plant so sweeping and daring a title on a book that is mostly about the deadest
of the dead white guys--which is to say, any and all theologians of mainline Protestant denominations who had entertained an original thought between the career of Jonathan Edwards and the presidency of Abraham Lincoln.
This was the capital of the largest state in the union, and it was the deadest
town I'd ever seen," he remembers.
With Brad Chase getting mauled by lead government attorney David Boies over Microsoft's agreement with AOL, Microsoft chief counsel Bill Neukom said on Thursday lunchtime, that "distribution is the deadest
herring in this controversy.
Well, not quite, but Leif Segerstam, directing the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra on Wednesday, was the deadest
ringer for the grizzly old Hamburger, generously bearded, portly and rumpled, one could ever hope to see - apart from Segerstam's smile, twinklingly genial as a troll's.
But you know, I must say, I was really pleased people saw that "Hand-Painted Pop" show, because I would have thought that would have been the deadest
Cue messages to a couple of friends with time on their hands (it being the deadest
of dead times in Cappadocia tourism-wise), and soon we were roaring off down the road towards GE-zelyurt, our eyes set on visiting Gaziemir, an "underground city" that has only recently started to feature on tourist itineraries.