Authors with puritan sympathies consistently appear here as obtuse
, vindictive, and repressed, except when Almond approves of the ideas found in the passages he cites: in these cases, we are not reminded that, say, Thomas Goodwin is a puritan.
military English is loaded with acronyms and very precise, yet obtuse
in the thick of the White Party while handsome Dick, the obtuse
ks actuary the captain's son in crinolines.
Not according to sources who tell us that although she can be a trifle obtuse
at times, she's clean.
A third, smaller part containing classrooms and a gymnasium meets the ancillary link at an obtuse
Ironically, Baldwin's goal is one his obtuse
editor seems to have shared, a goal to which he may have been suggesting a different route.
Akrich and Latour also offer a "Vocabulary for the Semiotics of Human and Nonhuman Assemblies," which is a superb, and much-needed, guide for the non-Francophone to the sometimes obtuse
terminology used by actor network theorists.
quality - as if the piece were unfinished - imbued the premiere of War Between the States as well.
According to the Italian judiciary, Ledeen worked with his new-found friend Pazienza to lure Jimmy Carter's obtuse
brother Billy into a compromising business relationship with Muammar Qaddafi, thus creating the so-called Billygate scandal during the 1980 presidential campaign.
We differ in our beliefs with Islam, but we will never win them over to Christ by acting in a crass, obtuse
, insensitive or tactless manner.
Built up obtuse
crossing for 1 in 10 diamond for single slip complete set.
How many "bosses" of the NHS, the fire brigade, transport, immigration and the MOD, to name but a few, have wasted billions of pounds and caused untold misery and even cost lives through obtuse
management and ineptitude?