King's campaign said the tweet went out after King offhandedly
mentioned the encounter in an interview.
IN his victory speech after his re-election in 2012, President Barack Obama offered special thanks to those Americans who had stood in long lines to vote " some of whom were still waiting even as he spoke " and then offhandedly
added,"by the way, we have to fix that.
I was chatting with Debajyoti Rati, a professor in the department of design at Texas Tech University, at an industry event several months ago, when he offhandedly
mentioned how recent research seemed to suggest that decentralized nurses' stations may not be everything they're cracked up to be.
A former co-worker at a United-Healthcare call centre where Flanagan worked until late 2014 said he tried to grab her shoulder and told her never to speak to him again after she offhandedly
said he was unusually quiet.
BROOKLYN MUSEUM * February 13-May 24 * Curated by Eugenie Tsai In last year's PBS documentary Kehinde Wiley: An Economy of Grace, one of the artist's associates offhandedly
introduces him to a stranger in New York as "the black Andy Warhol.
Culpepper said offhandedly
that he did not believe I-502 conflicts with federal law, but he did not reach that question in his ruling.
And I knew then that he would indeed find her again, and that just as easily and just as offhandedly
he would take her home and make love to her--and that he would call it that, too: making love--and I suddenly felt myself the ugly apple doll again.
In the first chapter, as a hundred-year-old Eli rambles only half-intelligibly, not only does he offhandedly
say, "Should my son appear, I would prefer not to suffer his smile of victory.
For instance, on this album's opening track, "Banks of the Ohio," we meet a Willie who offhandedly
tells how he "throwed" his lover "in to drown" and "watched her as she floated down.
Salter can tell a good joke and an interesting story but his style is anecdotal rather than dramatic, which means that the novel feels haphazard; the writer arbitrarily and offhandedly
enters and leaves the minds of his minor and major characters.
In a conversation about ashtrays he offhandedly
mentions that his house in Mustique was bought from David Bowie - while explaining that he still leaves them (ashtrays) scattered about his homes so as not to deter other people from smoking because of his cancer "you can't get holier than thou about it".
offered to direct them in the nude at the first rehearsal where they'd be nude, thinking they'd laugh and everyone would be fine.