When an author is so insistent about establishing his idiocy at the outset of his book, he is either being pathologically
self-deprecating or painfully honest.
The taxonomists who commemorated Heny Townes with Townesilitus were supposedly thinking pathologically
Working with FIGHT will greatly reduce the overhead of running the AIDS Treatment News office in pathologically
expensive San Francisco, enabling me to focus on research and writing instead of paperwork and making ends meet.
I think that is the typical talk of the habitually, perhaps pathologically
Is Bennington College president Elizabeth Coleman "a serial violator of academic freedom with no respect for her faculty, no respect for difference of opinion, and a pathologically
Chapters 2-5 deal with Becher's pathologically
disturbed youth, expressionistoid student years in Berlin and Munich, military service and politicization.
And if you've seen Barcelona or Metropolitan you'll know what to expect - pathologically
over-educated New Yorkers who talk and talk in perfectly grammatical sentences.
During World War II Tolstoy was a prolific author of patriotic articles and also composed his two-part play Ivan the Terrible (1943), a dramatic apologia for the pathologically
What de Mille had--perhaps she inherited it from that famous uncle of hers--was a flair for show business, an instinct for theatricality, a gift for the honestly cheap, Loring's Billy is a mythical character in a mythical land, not the gal next door getting her feller; and, while Tudor's Hagar may be psychologically correct, and before love's redemption, pathologically
twisted, she'll never have the same tabloid appeal as Lizzie the ax murderer.
adaptable; it's one of my strengths, and weaknesses.
Lycera's bioenergetics program is focused on developing orally available small molecules that exploit bioenergetic abnormalities in pathologically
activated lymphocytes and result in the selective silencing of these cells, while keeping healthy immune cells intact.