bewilderment


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When we look across the pond with bewilderment maybe we should look also a bit closer to our own backyard.
I live in constant fear, bewilderment, shame and horror at what has happened to me and I feel I will for many years to come.
Yet, they insist on sharing their bewilderment about the outcome of an election.
ambassador to Lebanon Ashraf Dabbour, expressed bewilderment at the world's utter silence vis-a-vis what's happening at the hands of Israel in Palestine.
Sexty said that he has been practicing on a pogo stick in carefully selected quiet locations, much to the bewilderment of a few dog walkers.
Yet this is the tack David Ferry takes in his fifth collection of poetry, Bewilderment, winner of the 2012 National Book Award.
The kingdom's arguments arouse bewilderment and the criticism of the UN Security Council in the context of the Syria conflict is particularly strange, following the UNSC resolution 2118 which sets a comprehensive framework for resolving the Syrian crisis," it read, Al-Manar reported.
That was until they locked the gates, to my bewilderment.
As his blogging sidekick John Watson, the ingenious plot gave Martin Freeman ample opportunities to perfect his expression of bewilderment.
This bio-psycho-affective tension, generated by competition factors, usually provokes states of anxiety, disorganization, and bewilderment (confusion in thinking), nervousness, physiological reactions that have a limiting effect on the performance.
Newly sworn-in Foreign Minister, Kristian Vigenin has expressed bewilderment over the statement of EU Energy Commissioner Gunther Oettinger about Bulgaria being "essentially ungovernable.
I READ with some interest and bewilderment Jacqueline Wilkinson's contribution to the Examiner Letters page on July 19.
High farce, bewilderment and befuddlement aplenty will be the order of the day when the Everyman Open Air Theatre Festival launches in leafy St Fagans this week with faithful re-enactments of three of the original Fawlty Towers television episodes.
Our regular offers to pay our way with Greek euros created bewilderment, and our saucy insistence followed by downright Gallic anger and threats.
It is characteristic of all deep human problems that they are not to be approached without some humor and some bewilderment.