There was absolutely nothing "political" about our coverage of this latest crashingly
boneheaded idea to emerge from the complicated mind of Paul Dyster.
boring as long as you're able to think and write it.
Kalk Bay's glassfronted Harbour House serves both spectacular seafood and crashingly
beautiful views - during migration season it's possible to see whales.
Given the known swathes of wasted taxpayer support for local government and quangos, it is crashingly
nave for civil service union guru Mark Serwotka (pounds 111,000) to talk of "not a single penny cut, not a job lost".
The building does indeed do these things extremely well, the only crashingly
awful moments coming with illuminated signs announcing the museum's Vincent & Paul restaurant.
Father unlocked the store gate and crashingly
drew it up.
What is worse for Elinor and Marianne: stressfully intimate or crashingly
Next time, take a few minutes to visit the Victory Fund's Web site and learn about awesome lesbians in office and their powerful partners, who use their hard-earned status and privilege to change the world, not make crashingly
lame lesbian movies you could not pay me or my friends to see.
DAILY EXPRESS: Middlesbrough just about secured their Premiership status on the back of this crashingly
dull Riverside victory.
Patchett accompanied and loved and held Grealy--her descriptions of carrying Grealy when she is ill are crashingly
gorgeous; and she did not, as others had, leave Grealy bereft on an island of illness.
Hence an important source of the idea that truth is merely a rhetorical or political concept: the seductive, but crashingly
invalid, argument I call the "Passes-for Fallacy." (6) What passes for truth, the argument goes, is often no such thing, but only what the powerful have managed to get accepted as such; therefore the concept of truth is nothing but ideological humbug.
Anyone who has ever read all of Paradise Lost will remember the crashingly
bad verse Milton produced when he tried to depict angels' bodiless digestive systems, and attempts to imagine their interpersonal relations can only go downhill from there.
"This is not a generation that has overly high expectations for the institutional church that suddenly have been crashingly
shattered," said Beaudoin.
He was an immensely kind man, a nonpatronizing man, and he was easily wounded and sometimes cruel as a child in his dismissal of people he regarded as phony or pretentious or crashingly
The last bars of Grand Pianola Music (1981-2), for instance, sound crashingly
final, even though the very end itself is abrupt and unprepared.