mahogoni, and the sample with the most meretricious
image was the tangential section of Cassia siamea.
2) And instead of arguing that the novel isn't a genre fiction, he quietly lowers his sights and argues that No Country isn't a meretricious
Or join forces with the wider public in a bid to distinguish the meretricious
showboaters from the artists of real merit?
83) While virtually anything except meretricious
consideration would likely be considered adequate consideration for a cohabitation agreement, both estate and gift tax require transfers be made "for adequate and full consideration in money or money's worth;" (84) "love and affection do not constitute adequate and full consideration for tax purposes.
It was a platinum fob chain simple and chaste in design, properly proclaiming its value by substance alone and not by meretricious
ornamentation-as all good things should do.
The "inevitability" argument, that "we cannot deport 11 million people," is wholly meretricious
I would only add that there seems little difference between the religious individual's belief in miracles and the conspiracist's conviction that his meretricious
delusions truly describe and clarify reality.
This murky and meretricious
beloved, who comes from a frumpy family ("This sister's kids smelled like pets"), soon finds other ne'er-do-wells of more interest than her huddled husband.
law once put squarely within the category of forbidden exchange by denominating them meretricious
It has seemed to be "a building in search of a purpose", almost being seen as a symbol of the shallow and, at least in part, meretricious
values of Blair and Blairism.
I patiently await a corresponding scholarly study of the 'Colourful Characters of the Cross', but gloomily anticipate that my local bookshop will continue to be flooded by more meretricious
mythmaking on that subject.
Then came the meretricious
Louisette Ighilahriz's allegations of torture circa 2000, in which she thought she ought to include a military celebrity, Bigeard.
Merdecratic rhetoric may accordingly be vacuous, but it is not wholly meretricious
A witty portrait of Anglo-American social climbing from the end of World War II to the present, or the most shallow, meretricious
barrage of name-dropping I've ever read, designed to make the reader feel like someone outside the ropes at Studio 54?
It is fascinating to learn of the lengths that someone would go to in order to sell their meretricious