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in a vague way

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On the bridge a knot of men, indistinct and toiling, were making great efforts in the light of the wheelhouse windows that shone mistily on their heads and backs.
And while many who mistily list Waterboys hits like The Whole Of The Moon as the soundtrack to their youth might hastily disagree with such self-deprecation, Scott adds that the residents of one former mining village in the Valleys might not be quite so quick to object.
And while many who mistily list Waterboys' hits like The Whole Of The Moon as the soundtrack to their youth might hastily disagree with such self-deprecation, Mike adds that the residents of one former mining village in the Valleys might not be quite so quick to object.
You don't have to listen to the words Harry (above) comes out with whenever he's asked if he'd like to manage his country, you just see the patriotic tear forming in his eyes as he dreams mistily of this headline on the morning of the 2014 World Cup Final: "Cry God for Harry, England and St Wayne.
Together with the critique of 'tyranny of freedom' aspects of modern life in the industrial world, and the recurring references to an unnamed idyllic holiday island, the tone of the discussion in places verges on the mistily nostalgic, though he is canny enough to rein this in for the sake of 'liberal sobriety' rather than 'liberal pessimism', and he stops well short of endorsing any full-bodied paternalism.
The stormy seas around New Brighton lighthouse, taken by masheded, and the mistily atmospheric shot of Croxteth Country Park, looking towards West Derby Village, captured by "Mr Grimesdale" (Steve Wallace) complete our Best of 2009 selection.
The evidence consists of reminiscences that, apart from those of a man named Isaac Cogdal, informants told dimly, mistily, after a span of thirty or more years.
We are silhouettes, hollow phantoms moving mistily without a background" (Woolf 1959, 122).
As Kirk wrote, "The Declaration of 1776 is simply a declaration--and a highly successful piece of immediate political propaganda; such philosophical concepts as find expression therein are so mistily expressed as to mean all things to all men, then and now.
Far too many of America's metro regions have been sleepwalking into the 21st century, only mistily aware of how severely global economic competition and climate change may hit them.