FOR most clubs a debilitatingly
expensive 650-mile round trip for what is effectively a meaningless match would be a luxury not worth having.
Given that our culture has especially pathologized everything relating to our consumption, from the internet (e-heroin) to shopping (shopaholics), and we have become we are told, debilitatingly
'addicted to oil' and our 'crackberries', the mad tango between the Gothic and addiction is certain to continue into and beyond the twenty-first century.
California's prisons are already debilitatingly
It particularly limited reading of his religious poetry, which seemed embarrassingly earnest in tone and debilitatingly
abstract in language.
Rather than enabling a student to participate in academic culture, "expressionistic rhetoric is inherently and debilitatingly
divisive of political protest, suggesting that effective resistance can only be offered by individuals, each acting alone" (691).
Distances of five lengths and the same underlined the lack of any excitement; it was a debilitatingly
It's the cruel irony of a bear market that values are at an all-time low while the cost of borrowing is debilitatingly
His character must be impeccable, and your judgment of his character must be accurate.(20) The jury may see the uninjured husband as crass for seeking to collect money for himself, when his wife has been debilitatingly
injured and he wasn't even "hurt." To avoid this, emphasize his devotion to his wife both before and after the injury.
An evolutionary algorithm, unless using debilitatingly
long fitness evaluation tests, would be blind to this pathological behavior, and could present such a circuit as a solution to the engineering specification.
The ironic individual is a bit like Seinfeld without a script: at ease in banter, rich in allusion, and almost debilitatingly