It does not matter that it is an "advisory opinion" rather than a "case;" that the judgment is extremely verbose
, (the official summary of which we present excerpts on this page is over thirty pages long) leading to multiple interpretations; that the main decision was carried out by a weak majority; that all kinds of qualifications on the opinion as precedent were expressed by the majority judges.
This is clearly a more dignified setting, and perhaps it's time to reclaim these objects from scholars who would prefer aesthetic delights to be prefaced by helpings of verbose
From buying clubs to reduce costs to vendor selection criteria, PURCHASING FOR CHEFS holds many answers without the verbose
structure of others.
V may be for verbose
, but it's also for vivid, vital and valiant.
, V For Vague or V For Vapid would be equally fitting titles for James McTeigue's futuristic yarn, based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore, originally published in the '80s as a scathing response to Thatcherism.
Unfortunately, many of these tomes are verbose
, pompous and filled with jargon.
A meticulously designed production number, the show bore a typically verbose
pseudoscientific title--"Theories, Models, Methods, Approaches, Assumptions, Results, and Findings"--and, regardless of its critical or financial success, it packed 'em in like the blockbuster it was.
Raine Rassaby, a verbose
, political, and unrealistic eccentric, is having a second go at her senior year of high school.
A document so broad and verbose
easily descends into self-parody.
Coetzee's powerful novels would euthanize the reader if they were verbose
The former secretary of state is followed by a verbose
and still-vigorous Podhoretz, who comes to the podium to wonder out loud why everyone is so riled up and surprised about the casualties and the cost of the "battle" of Iraq, of which most of the committee's members have been inveterate supporters.
According to Jung, discussions of a man with a women often deteriorate into endless verbose
misunderstandings between their respective 'anima' and 'animus'.
I watched him in midweek and it was all those of us who have carried a torch for Joe could have wished for - eloquent without being verbose
, a masterclass of excellence which was key to Chelsea's splendid stroll in the French capital.
Puricelli's prose was 'vague, ambiguous, unintelligible, verbose
This type of individual is opposed to the flatterer, the liar, the taker, the unrestrained, the inane, and the verbose