We will use Keith Fairbrother's tersest
description of a match that was lost from a prime winning position.
Chase directed Pollock to prepare such a coin "without unnecessary delay with a motto expressing in the fewest and tersest
words possible this national recognition.
Webster understood this precept well, demanding of himself "the greatest effort of power in the tersest
and fewest words.
I need a crowbar, not mercy," says Tito in one of the play's funniest, tersest
explanation, read literally (8) on the transition amplitude, is : zigzagging causation via the past.
This constitutional basis for the plain meaning rule gives it greater bite and may explain why Scalia tries to find or create a plain meaning for the tersest
For honing work as critical readers and writers, and for jump-starting discussions of gender, I like to use the tersest
of fiction writers and one of the most portentous modern short stories--Ernest Hemingway's "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber.