wittiness


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Here the conceptual distance between a person and a ham sandwich is considerable and the effect is a high degree of wittiness.
In the classroom, directly delivered wittiness converted into the mantra, "no ashtrays, no souvenirs" and later the connections with live-in apprentices who ran the studio at home in her later years.
that has been circling the internet, Erol Rizov comments for Utrinski Vesnik that the wittiness and originality of the message sent aiming to make us laugh or perhaps has political motives to neutralize, raises quite an essential question from our newest history "what are the greatest mistakes and misses, who is responsible for this.
This sketch, its compressed wittiness strikingly like one of the vicious characters in Hall or Overbury, indeed facilitates quick reading of a person, "in little comprehending much.
Thoemmes and Conway (2007) found that integrative complexity was positively correlated with the interpersonal traits of friendliness, affiliation motive, extraversion, and wittiness and negatively correlated with inflexibility.
The ideas of succinctness and wittiness are contained in the term, and other connotations are absent.
LATEST CABLES, SORTED BY WITTINESS OF SUBJECT LINE.
of Michigan), each composition reflected a different attitude, with the compositions of the WWII period dealing with death as the price for a long life of fatal passion, as a fulfillment of a brief moment of glory, as the judge of personal conscience, as a power exhausted after a terrible war, or as a human boundary spiritually overcome and those of the later period treating death as a matter of sinister wittiness, serenity, faith, or victorious spirit.
For while Kosta-Thefaine's exploration of the permutations of douleur in Charles's verse neatly rehearses several classic interpretations of the Duke's text--Starobinski's celebrated essay features prominently--Muhlethaler's exploration of the poet's deployment of his bed --a particularly loaded sign in late medieval literature--is emblematic of a new approach to the writer which stresses his wittiness and his capacity to engage in increasingly masterful forms of literary play.
7 The wittiness of the American Express campaign does force legal observers to consider whether any legal principles have been breached.
Wittiness compensated Matthew Graves for the practical skills he affected to lack.
Whilst this reviewer appreciated Chambers' scholarship, clarity of argument and lucid style, the Queer TV collection was more original, sparky and--to be frank--more fun to read because of its variety and the wittiness of its contributors.
The "Crazy for Cricket" contest is simple and quirky where in the cricketing fans will be judged on a number of criteria's like how well they know their team & players, their prediction skills and creativity & wittiness, plus the recognition given to their responses by others.
Brone and Coulson (2010: 225ff) have further substantiated the role of playfulness, providing experimental evidence supporting the wittiness claim for double-grounding headlines.
Now that this one fact is known to the South, whichever way the NCP wants to play the game -- they can only be met with equal wittiness.