Fenton's explanation that Lawrence died at 44 and thus was "never much elder [sic]" than the young man who first published the poems is ludicrous--as is his assertion that Lawrence "was quite clear in his mind that he was the same person who had written the original poems." Fenton also nonsensically
claims that his editorial strategy "at least ...
This patch of cells, in the fusiform gyrus, doesn't respond as strongly to letters arranged nonsensically
and ignores words spoken aloud.
Another music video called "Dak Almani" randomly and nonsensically
juxtaposes Google images with words in the song to produce an amusing result.
leased assets," (17) which is very common in conjunction with a leasing business, such a business would nonsensically
be a financial institution under the proposed regulations.
The dialogue these characters speak is mostly in Kurdish, with touches of Arabic and occasional dabs of English picked up from television--especially by Satellite, who, not without some justice, nonsensically
translates any and all news as "It will rain tomorrow: this is a code."
For example, the Gramercy Park has a line of units nonsensically
called "Union Square at Gramercy Park."
Despite opening with older tracks like the nonsensically
danceable Terra Firma and the catchy Weekends and Bleak Days, this was a decent showcase for their new record, Ornaments From The Silver Arcade.
The night of the attack, he had been heard talking "nonsensically
" The jury was told Fox admitted causing Miss Lewis actual bodily harm, dangerous driving, aggravated vehicle taking and kidnap.
Now the right-wing war on logic brings us this nonsensically
named repeal bill.
If dialectical negativity is set up as the undisputable, all-consuming conclusion of philosophical dialectics, then to get at this so-called blind-spot, to displace the weight of dialectics with an alternative economy of absolute negativity, one has no choice, so says Derrida, but to greet negativity nonphilosophically, non-seriously, nonsensically
. He writes, 'Laughter alone exceeds dialectics and the dialectician: it bursts out only on the basis of an absolute renunciation of meaning, an absolute risking of death, what Hegel calls abstract negativity' (FR, 256).
Nor was my mood lightened by the main course I chose from a section of the menu that was nonsensically
entitled "avant garde".
Perry transforms herself into a beach blanket bimbo singing the praises of "Daisy Dukes, bikinis on top, sun kissed skin so hot" on the not-so-hot summer anthem "California Gurls." And, in the coveted Frankie Avalon role is no other than a half-baked Snoop Dogg, who carries on how he wants to "kiss her, touch her, squeeze her buns" (smooth) and nonsensically
rhymes, "bikinis, zucchinis, martinis, no weenies." Zucchinis but no weenies?