One final quibble
is that the book's audience would have been broader had the use of academic jargon been more limited.
I have only one quibble
with the article's author, and that is with respect to Innes's appeal.
While one could quibble
with the temporal shift in the names in his subtitle as being slightly less than rigorous in accuracy, by and large, this is a fascinating book, one that should be of interest to those who think primarily with either side of their brains (i.
Some people like to quibble
over Lenten Sundays also.
Although both statements in the subtitle could be argued, let's not quibble
That one quibble
aside, this book is well worth reading.
One might quibble
with Shannon's recommendations for introductory readings.
The asking rent for the medical clinic is $20 a foot, and Altman says "When we find the tenant that can use it, he won't quibble
Who can quibble
with its head deity earning more than the GNP of Chad?
My only quibble
has less to do with the work itself than a developing publishing culture that markets what amount to long essays by black public intellectuals as separate commodities.
A remarkable performance, both piece by piece and all in all, but with items for quibbly reviewers to quibble
Well," the distributor shot back, if you want to quibble
Other climate experts may quibble
with that assertion, but they agree that aerosols inject serious uncertainty into their forecasts.
Its stores are the best looking in the industry," which helps it attract higher-income consumers who aren't going to quibble
over slightly higher prices.
The only quibble
that can be offered is that several of the younger girls, including Ginny and Hermione, tend to sound more like 60-year-old smokers than teenagers.