naivety


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Sometimes it's just a bit of naivety that lets us down.
Heary said: "I don't know whether it was because we went chasing the game or whether it was nerves but we probably showed the youthful side of the team, a naivety, by losing our shape.
45pm WHATEVER the result of tonight's clash at Camp Nou, I won't be blaming it on Arsenal's defensive naivety, writes James Milton.
PORTSMOUTH 1 DERBY COUNTY 1 DERBY manager Nigel Clough lamented the naivety of his side after they conceded a 90th-minute equaliser at Portsmouth.
I agree with the fact that justice must be done but am surprised by the naivety of the article.
16 (ANI): The man who dumped the body of Indian boy Gurshan Singh Channa after accidentally knocking him unconscious had acted out of fear, panic, naivety and stupidity, a Melbourne court has heard.
Naivety comes to mind, Mr Povey for his poor judgement in not engaging his neighbours earlier in the planning process and those living in the vicinity of the County Ground for not researching the area where they were proposing to live.
The naivety fits the profile of the tenacious former Tembec executive who's not afraid to question anything that's considered conventional industry wisdom.
The IMF helped Georgia out of economic naivety and confusion.
But the desire is often hampered by a lack of skills, a naivety about marketing, confusion about where to find help and the logistical nightmare of trying to slaughter, process and package.
Scott's naivety about hip hop culture in general, and the careers of Tupac and B.
The personal accounts of suffering by political exiles and others stripped away any residual veneer of naivety or denial.
Could it be that either through cynicism, naivety, blindness or capriciousness our government and citizenry have neglected this scourge?
The cracks are simplistic in their nature and reflect an uncanny naivety from the Redmond giant on the high level of technical intellect within today's cracking community," said John Safa, chief technology officer, BitArts Labs.
Tris also develops a nasty case of naivety at a critical juncture, which doesn't make sense given everything she has endured.