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covering with fine light hairs

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indistinct or hazy in outline

confused and not coherent

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The rules are processed using conjunction and disjunction operators and as per the hierarchical structure for fuzzily describing the wastewater quality.
If I got up and wandered fuzzily into the kitchen, I'd see her, although at first I'd squint and try to cover my eyes against this dazzling morning sunshine in the middle of the night: the sunflower yellow kitchen under the single strong light bulb, the sky blue uniform, the gleaming white shoes, and the bright red lipstick parting to a good morning smile.
My second suggestion concerns the need for Congress to think through its approach to supranational judgments in areas with public law implications (however fuzzily defined).
Patrick denied the request, citing a potpourri of supposed exemptions, including those covering personnel records, medical information and, fuzzily, the "deliberative process.
Michael Welner is a forensic psychiatrist who has begun a systematic study of depravity, arguing that depravity is an important factor in the conviction and sentencing of criminals, but is fuzzily defined and unsystematically applied in U.
When the Spectre fuzzily designates Los as "the body" instead of locating him in the generative loins, he seems not to recognize Los' potential function as a synecdochic part, that is, as Luvah's presence within Urthona.
Companies encourage customer loyalty through cash discount rebates and attempt to differentiate their brand by speed-of-payment claims, fuzzily defined additives, and advertising that speaks vaguely of their commitment to "think differently about energy.
Before that point, you accepted the picture, but with the adjustment, you suddenly see with perfect clarity how fuzzily you had viewed the world.
fares could point to whether the genre has a future or if it, like Samantha, is consigned to a past fuzzily remembered.
It is more successful and realistic to fuzzily target markets and to fuzzily position brands or companies in their markets.
This distinguished jewel of a book brings together Dr Kallestrup's widely published and unpublished, entirely original research in seven superbly constructed chapters; each is fascinatingly annotated, generously illustrated (if disappointingly fuzzily when in black and white) with informative captions; unfortunately, there is no index.
If conservatism means being decent and patriotic, then of course, nearly all Americans are fuzzily conservative.
THE FLAMING LIPS: The Wand Fuzzily heavy psychedelia that you can't deny is as nutty as a mad professor.
Judges and bureaucrats often complain about fuzzily written laws that leave a lot of room for interpretation, but that is frequently the price of getting a bill passed; the vaguer the language, the more likely it is to garner the votes it needs.
It advocates abolishing affirmative action and establishing "free market" solutions in education and fuzzily defined "personal responsibility.