frivolousness


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the trait of being frivolous

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For shareholders, apart from the logistical challenge in coordinating shareholders to determine frivolousness and the reasonableness of fees, there is also the challenge that shareholders may never be disinterested in cases of two-way fee shifting.
The attempts to elect a special prosecutor by the local authors lasted for two months which is strong argument for the international community for the frivolousness of the local authors, so that is the reason why they demand direct surveillance of the work of the special prosecution by the international factor, especially from the US.
Fourth, and in spite of the negative remarks of some social scientists about the frivolousness and desipience of tourism research, the academic tourism literature demonstrated by the 1990s considerable engagement with major conceptual issues.
Mr Varoufakis has surpassed the limits of political frivolousness and irresponsibility," the centre-left PASOK party said in a statement.
The appeals court held that the district court erred in conducting a telephonic merit-review hearing, which included an oral examination of the pro se prisoner, as part of the initial screening for the frivolousness of the prisoner's [section] 1983 complaint against prison officials for allegedly failing to prevent other inmates from assaulting him.
The perceived frivolousness of interactive entertainment notwithstanding, I suggest that the interactive culture encouraged by reality television formats serves as a possible template for the future of virtual democratic processes.
are very and look on all kinds of We We there is in kind of in jazz, "We had wonderful teachers (at Yehudi Menuhin) who encouraged us in our madness, in our frivolousness in trying to do different things.
In a very interesting essay, Takanori Sai examined two impediments to foreign appreciation of Waugh: Englishness and frivolousness.
The frivolousness of play was deliberately used to allow group members to temporarily let go of prestige and correctness.
To put it lightly, all these create a sense of frivolousness.
The striking thing about most of the falsifiers of metals and of persons punished in the last of the ten bolge is the frivolousness of their characters.
Need one comment on the frivolousness of a contest where winning of the toss is of more importance than the form of your players
In the latter part of the play, the heroine falls into an argument with Qinlan for his frivolousness in love and she decides to end their relationship and start a new life by travelling to other countries.
As powerful as is the satiric realism directed at the frivolousness of his life, Ivan's death, as the culmination of this satire on his life, makes such a resolution both thematically consistent and credible.
I was so excited to read about this family because sometimes I thought my husband and I were the only people balking at the frivolousness of so much technology.