Better than the earlier hard-coding techniques, ad hoc query/reporting, rule-based tools, mad neural networks showed promise, but also came up short due to their lack of "intelligence." While the tools were useful, there still was a dependence on the burliness
analyst to direct the query tools to look for known or suspicious conditions.
A style statement from the start, New Town's neoclassical terraces and townhouses--all swirling, whitewashed columns--are the graceful antidote to Old Town's rawboned burliness
, and the area offers its own more elegant cultural attractions.
While Zwart believes organizational integration is important, he notes that "in larger organizations, most burliness
units operate with a high level of autonomy that effectively negates the value of trying to share all information across the entire organization.
If so, his glancing reference to "jovial burliness
" (in a previously unpublished passage of "The American James," written in 1916) is far more tactful than the work of recent biographers.
My over-swaddled burliness
made each step an extra effort as I waded through the wet snow on Boulevard de la Loire.