Sassy Senorita: "Feisty, upbeat and full of energy," thanks to a combination of Avion Silver tequila, pomegranate and fresh lime juice, muddled
with blueberries and topped with a splash of Sprite.
3 : to think or proceed in a confused way <I somehow muddled
through the task.
Youngsters first babble softly and then sing muddled
but more-recognizable song snatches until full adult singing emerges.
We might miss the sound of mint mashed and muddled
with raw sugar.
answer that we get from the mother of all nannies, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), is that these anabolic steroids, synthetic versions of the male hormone testosterone, may, in future years, be shown to be dangerous to health and should be "nipped in the bud.
He accurately perceives Bill C-13 as the product of muddled
philosophy but then adds, "That is not to say that the bill should necessarily be defeated.
Just when you thought that the English language was hopelessly muddled
, the Vatican is coming to the rescue with a work that will clarify some 90 "neologisms, ambiguous terms and difficult concepts in frequent use"--such as "reproductive health" and "sexual education.
In reality it is only muddled
when you are trying to sort it out.
But there are moments when she sounds too mature for her years, when we wish we knew more about the adults and their lives, and instances when the story seems a bit muddled
The chapter following the introduction is on "role muddles" (chapter 2) and how muddled
Overall has felt at times as a feminist academic.
Massine's intricate mass movements were muddled
in the early performances by those overworked Ballets Russes companies.
Of course, we muddled
through, thanks in part to patient freelance writers, who resubmitted stories along with their condolences (one kind soul even sent an electronic sympathy card from Blue Mountain) and the support of other CE staffers.
Am I just as confused, muddled
, as I think traditional Christian belief to be?
Because of such organizational difficulties, the continuities and differences between Painite traditions and constitutional radicalism become muddled
and the reader wonders why radicals' audiences chose one over the other.
Chomsky seems to have it both ways in this muddled
passage: "It would be unfair to charge Broder and others with believing what they say.