she said insinuatingly
, and then shouted at Alyona: "Don't you understand you don't belong here?
Val was supposed to show up at the bar, insinuatingly
named "The Private Dick,'' wearing a red rose for identification.
low-key, minimalist Icelandic seriocomedy "Either Way" gets a slightly broader yet perhaps even more satisfying U.
Making as a basis their own experiences, they then move on to discount the relevance of the Dalit struggles, through insinuatingly
suggesting that Dalits are unduly passionate in their pursuit for equal rights and justice, upseting "peace" and 'unity.
Also, in case B or C were very interested in A, I would let them know, gently and insinuatingly
, of A's disclosures.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan insinuatingly
gave a message to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to withdraw.
She shuddered at the cold candor of the new business woman, and was insinuatingly
Go home" whispered another voice insinuatingly
and something pushed against Luzhin's shoulder.
Correspondingly, the insinuatingly
tracking, slow-motion point-of-view shots as Jake looks toward Tommy at the Copacabana--including one in which Tommy, significantly, kisses Vickie--could be seen to express the "ambivalent attitude" toward the father that Freud declares "may even" be "attributed entirely" to the negative Oedipus complex (1991d: 372).
By an earlier husband, Grandma had a son who, in his forties, is still not married, and Rudi had alienated him by querying him insinuatingly
Whereas Burger explicated the purpose of these laws through insinuatingly
contextualizing their existence with historical, moral, and religious condemnation of homosexuality, the briefs on behalf of the petitioner as well as the Lawrence majority offer a more pragmatic grounding in the form of preventing forms of nonconsensual sexual abuse not then defined as rape, (222) as well as preventing public crimes against "morals and decency.
The NTRI is an insinuatingly
strategic positioning device because it simply repeats back (and thus casually emphasizes) the potentially problematic part of the previous speaker's turn (Schegloff et al.
Freneuse senses that he is open to Ethal's perusal and scrutiny: "[c]et Anglais lit a livre ouvert dans mes deplorables instincts," he thinks just after Ethal has commented very insinuatingly
on the good looks of a young man (152).
And this is especially painful for law-and-Humanities scholars because it nastily and insinuatingly
reminds them that they have sacrificed real knowledge for the cheap rewards of dilettantish, posturing skepticism.