I know I am being pedantic
but it is such a common error and can only be eliminated by being pointed out.
being so pedantic
first manager Williams, as Joe Sam Leach.
FAR from being pedantic
, Police and Crime Commissioner Bob Jones must be struggling to find something constructive to do if he has to seek a photo opportunity to latch on to the launch of a brilliant initiative by West Midlands Police of hi-tech mobile fingerprint scanners which help officers to ID crime suspects in seconds.
IT is no longer pedantic
to question the validity of the description of allweather racing.
HARRINGTON has been scolded by his peers over the years for pedantic
A main plot involves the mismatched union between Dorothea Brooke, a young idealist, and an aged, pedantic
scholar; a subplot involves Dorothea's befuddled uncle.
Game of few chances and an overly pedantic
I don't wish to appear pedantic
but I feel that taxpayers should be aware of what services we have available and where they are located.
But in staying largely out of the spotlight (he rarely gives interviews) you might struggle to name Kevin Eldon, left, as the man behind such gems as pedantic
hobby king Simon Quinlank or screeching, jelly-obsessed Rod Hull on Lee & Herring's Fist of Fun.
She's a bit of a control freak, a bit pedantic
and wants to win every moment.
I'm not normally this pedantic
(OK, yes I am), but a phrase in "The star that ate a Mars" (SN: 7/18/09, p.
Am I too particular, too pedantic
, or does anyone agree with me?
Quite a pedantic
view of things I know, but there is bound to be someone out there waiting to penalise a company for putting misleading information on packs.
It is so sad that what could be the awesome memorial that Jesus intended remains a pedantic
exercise because we are limited to the ideas (non-ideas?
Paring away the pedantic
clutter, Nouvel allows the objects to speak for themselves.