The American Heritage Book of English Usage (Houghton Mifflin, 1996) opines
, "Some people insist that when a gerund is preceded by a noun or pronoun, the noun or pronoun must be in the possessive case.
Part of the reason I moved to New York is I didn't feel I belonged here,'' she further opines
- so why did she uproot Tom to move back?
Whatever bursts of imagination that manage to get through - after a character is set on fire, a teenager opines
, ``Don't worry, the rain will put him out'' - are usually followed by a half-dozen in-jokes that could only be appreciated by someone who still watches ``Evil Dead'' on a regular basis.
Clearly these "transgendered worlds" are all news to Baur, and in her excitement she spends far too much time on inarticulate philosophizing--"They [society] don't want women to look like men," opines
one interviewee--and not enough time putting her subjects in context.
We are policing a culture in a world of decline,'' one character opines
, and ``The Wire'' makes that case persuasively and compellingly.
I wouldn't say we're back in the '50s, but we definitely haven't achieved a situation where a gay happy ending is even a possible solution for a story," opines
Teddy Awards coordinator Manuela Kay.
Father Semaan opines
that this is not the freedom and democracy which they had been promised by their American "liberators.
EARLY IN ``Daddy Day Care,'' Charlie Hinton (Eddie Murphy) tells his son Ben (Khamani Griffin) that they're going to spend the day together; the boy opines
, ``We need Mommy to have fun.
Global Banking News-June 13, 2012--Indian finance minister opines
that all e-transactions should be free(C)2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
CHARLES IN CHARGE: Ex-NBA star Charles Barkley (seated) opines
on everything from sports and entertainment to politics and food in his talk show debuting Thursday, ``Listen Up