In the new formulation, it is thus possible for a president to encounter enervated
conditions and fail to complete any or all of the required reordering tasks.
Alas, however, as a mystery Babel falls woefully short; in the silly, enervated
plot an arty, expatriate female claims that a black poet (based on Leroi Jones?
The market has been enervated
by greater consumer take-up for mobile data services as competition has forced down consumer prices.
He said the world kept imposing its will on the enervated
Pakistan, adding the path of unconstitutional adventures could have been stanched.
In the photographs that document this performance, Hayes is frozen, cut and pasted into an enervated
contemporary New York.
Helmer-thesp Nanni Moretti, who excoriated Berlusconi in "The Caiman" and stars in Berlin drama "Quiet Chaos," is mulling a response similar to his enervated
character in the latter film.
The symphony's opening, with pounding timpani and throbbing strings, is often taken too slowly, making it sound enervated
rather than threatening.
Were he here, his exhortation for the twenty-first century might be not to astound, for we have become enervated
by astonishment, but to delight.
The monks' enervated
state was the result of eliminating several hours of Gregorian chant from their daily routine.
Some so enervated
her that she would be out of breath after climbing a few stairs.
ARS celebrates its 25th anniversary with a handful of original members providing enervated
acoustic reprises of six ARS classics (``So Into You,'' ``Imaginary Lover,'' ``Do It or Die,'' etc.
, but not surprised, I retreat inward, managing a few menial tasks but keeping my powder dry for the next skirmish.