"No," she answered, "it is not nonsense
. But if they were?"
"That is what my father has just told me of as what may happen, and he never talks nonsense
," said Mary, looking up at Fred now, while he grasped her hand as they walked, till it rather hurt her; but she would not complain.
"What do you think?" shouted Razumihin, louder than ever, "you think I am attacking them for talking nonsense
? Not a bit!
The Red Queen shook her head, 'You may call it "nonsense
" if you like,' she said, 'but I'VE heard nonsense
, compared with which that would be as sensible as a dictionary!'
Cedric (Low Words/Low Sounds Group): Figure 1 indicates that during baseline, Cedric's mean number of nonsense
words read correctly was 2.3 per minute (range, 0-5), and the mean number of nonsense
words read incorrectly was 6.2 per minute (range, 3-16).
& Common Sense," written by Marshall McNott, who spent nearly 40 years as the Director of several nonprofit organizations, uses his knowledge and experience to enlighten and open up the world of Nonprofit Organizations from the inside out.
FURIOUS West Hamboss Alan Curbishley has branded claims of a bust-up with Craig Bellamy as "nonsense
The problem of translating Jabberwocky; the nonsense
literature of Lewis Carroll and Edward Lear and their Spanish translators.
However, his recent interest in laptops contains plenty of nonsense
. Rendell said the country is losing its competitive edge to other nations and that we must improve our schools.
that RNA has to deal with is different from the advertising and politics that many people are familiar with.
The fact that he has to resort to nonsense
like this proves it.
Aussie sympathisers IT'S only right Englishmen should be magnaminous in defeat but all this nonsense
about Australia being good losers is absolute nonsense
Singer Courtney Love's claims to be carrying Steve Coogan's baby are "nonsense
", his spokeswoman said yesterday.
Prior work provides the basis for supposing that two measures may be potentially useful for indexing and monitoring beginning first-grade reading development: word identification fluency and nonsense
"The Ballots Are Still Full of Holes" was a mixture of facts, nonsense
, and falsehoods.