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But in a private comment, also sent to Mr Swann, the chief said: "Malcolm is a very long serving union official and activist who retired a while ago and this sort of outpouring of drivel is pretty typical stuff.
But a spokeswoman for the couple said: 'It's just the usual Daily Mail drivel. The Kinnocks have no comment.'
More critical words appear in his attack on purveyors of pseudoscience, such as homeopaths and New Agers, who espouse nothing short of "drivel," writes the author.
The Let's Note W2 also trounces the former world champ at being incredibly light [yet having a built-in optical drivel, which was the combo drive-toting X10 from Samsung, weighing in at 1.9kg but having a 14.1-inch display.
To watch the continual promiscuous drivel that comes out of television--Friends, Sex in the City, et al--you'd think that AIDS had never happened, or that a cure really had been found and announced while we were watching another sexual farce.
What Nochlin writes about the art and the artists reads like delusionary drivel. From the review it is obvious that both the artists and the curator needed praise from someone, because the art itself is without any value.
Reading that ignorant drivel was the best argument I've heard yet for any "generational exceptionalism." Thanks for making that abundantly clear!
A few notable acquisitions in White Plains included: The Alaska State Pension Fund's purchase of the 521,059 sf One Gateway Plaza, located at One North Lexington Ave., for $76.3 million, and The Treeline Companies entrance into Westchester, acquiring two buildings totaling 210.150 sf located at 2 & 4 Gannett Drivel, for $24.1 million.
It might not be the greatest of Soviet crimes, but someone should mourn all of the forests felled to print Communist drivel; it's a shame to see Klehr, et al unnecessarily contribute to this wastage.
Further, the subject often borders on drivel, such as Joe Flower's piece in the May/June issue, Frankly, I think Mr.
That Fetzer would believe such drivel calls into question his judgment on other matters.
After fifty-five minutes of the usual "we-must-strengthen-the-family" drivel (time for national distribution of barbells), Bradley, looking like he'd been sucking on a persimmon way too long, suggested that the real problem in America was "inadequate economic growth, unfairly shared" and that there was "no way to separate someone's earning power from their prospects for life." Moderator Tim Russert stopped this insight dead in its tracks by shooting back, "But lack of a job is no substitute for lack of values!" If you can come up with nonsensical comments like this one, you could even host your own show.
But there is a verb glafoerio 'to drivel, slaver, dribble', first attested as gloforio 'slauer' in William Salesbury's A Dictionary in Englyshe and Welshe (London, 1547).
* "They recognize the need for a comprehensive communications strategy that would become a seemless part of the overall initiative." Yes, and I seem less and less impressed by this unseamly drivel!
Who wants this drivel? I HAVE up to now taken the criticism of the new Channel 4 Racing coverage with a pinch of salt, believing it was not bad and would improve.