"The $18,000 price tag is so jarringly
different from the 'under $6,000' quote that a grave injustice is perpetrated upon the students when it is literally too late to withdraw from the program and meaningfully pursue other alternatives," he continued.
But there were times when the top end of the Telarc appeared jarringly
out of place, whereas in the same sections the Unicorn was smoother.
The event was tastefully stimulating for those involved (if sometimes jarringly
unpleasant), and certainly provocative intellectually.
Most importantly, he explores the theme of how Southern Baptists in New Mexico "encountered heterogeneity long before the rest of the denomination," and how "slowly, and sometimes jarringly
, Southern Baptists adjusted to distinct peoples and cultures." Carnett focuses special attention on Harry P.
Recurring and jarringly
familiar as they are, all hurricanes are not created equal.
Then the party resumed, until the girl jarringly
upended the punch table.
Whatever the cause, Lescroart takes narrative shortcuts, most jarringly
with points, of view.
, we are thrust into the life of Cunanan.
Once disguised, drug proceeds and other ill-gotten gains are shipped abroad to exchange brokers and banks -- or invested in Puerto Rico, whose sparkling shopping malls, rampant construction, and wealth of luxury cars contrast jarringly
with an official per capita income that's half that of the poorest U.S.
In the context of our more-or-less egalitarian democracy, the Mahzor's metaphors for God can seem jarringly
The auditor's conclusion, however, was jarringly
dissimilar from an audit by the State Development Finance Controller, the agency assigned to audit state companies.
Yet this jarringly
anachronistic and arguably exploitative image is, in its way, highly effective, for not only does it provoke an immediate response, but it is also a faithful signifier of what is to come and, in a way, what has gone before.