ineloquently


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Synonyms for ineloquently

without eloquence

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(37) The Waste Management tribunal synthesized this view with the holdings of other NAFTA tribunals regarding the applicable international minimum standard in articulating an ineloquently labeled, NAFFA-specific "minimum standard of treatment of fair and equitable treatment." (38) This standard would be breached in cases where "conduct attributable to the State and harmful to the claimant if the conduct is arbitrary, grossly unfair, unjust or idiosyncratic, is discriminatory and exposes the claimant to sectional or racial prejudice, or involves a lack of due process leading to an outcome which offends judicial propriety." (39) This articulation of the minimum standard is noticeably less aggressive than that developed by the tribunals applying an additive approach.
He suggested the policy on student topup fees is more right-wing than that of, as he so ineloquently put it, those ``Tory bs.''
Baraka apparently, as columnist Clarence Page pointed out, "is probably one of those people who disbelieves what he hears in the major media but believes everything he sees on the Internet." Baraka released a five-page statement that ranted so ineloquently and was so basically incomprehensible that it did little to further his position.
And I believe we should celebrate it no matter how ineloquently it's tried.