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lacking intelligent thought or content

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devoid of intelligence

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In writing this statement, the INANE community hopes to encourage educators, mentors, scholars, and clinical practitioners to join in a campaign to help our colleagues understand emerging hazards on the path to publication.
Ah, you've got to love a talent for inane, empty rhetoric.
The defining factor in these shows is how well a contestant manages to pull through an inane Bollywood act
Until such a time that there is a zero tolerance policy towards to social blight, we will have to live with the inane acts of a few.
At first to avoid embarrassing moments where inane presenters asked inane questions of people with union jack faces.
Imagine the horror of going from that to having to translate Jordan's inane, monotone nonsense across the table at Nando's.
About 10 minutes of undercover footage was padded out with inane banter.
Admitting that ``my personal demons are my personal demons,'' Miss Conner will be going into rehab, not to stop drinking, but to help her stop making inane statements.
Was Perez Hilton not available to provide inane commentary?
Just as I hate people asking me inane questions about imaging, surgeons hate inane questions about their procedures, nurses hate inane questions about their work, the cafeteria staff hate inane questions about their jobs, and so on.
When there are so few places of natural beauty left around the Eston hills that are untouched by vandalism, can somebody tell me how a Grangetown councillor can make such inane remarks about the morons who daubed huge white letters on a cliff face?
Periodically, the Man comes out of his Chair to elucidate on the inane goings-on.
Manners And Morals Of Yesterday is very highly recommended as an informative and fascinating collection of often humorous historical constraints and cultural and societal restrictions that will have as much appeal for non-specialist general readers searching for an entertaining and informative insight into America and the "civilized" world's most inane cordial laws, as it would students of American history and cultural anthropology.
The obits go on for only a couple of pages, yet they give no real depth nor context to the dead, and only highlight their most freakish, inane, or pitiable deficiencies.
Deftly exploring the impracticalities and seemingly inane concepts which restrict our citizens and fill our penitentiaries, Trapped is very strongly recommended reading for anyone with an interest in business ethics, white color crime, and their impact in a highly competitive marketplace.