As a father he was generous, caring, funny and sharp-witted
But these flaws do not seriously detract from a lively and sharp-witted
Scrumming down with Jonathan in this laddish, rowdy, un-PC but nevertheless sharp-witted
show is presenter, WoS columnist and former athlete Angharad Mair and funnyman Dewi Pws.
and clever-tongued Emily feels slighted by the forced relocation, the situation provides mucho drama, drool-worthy love interests and ubercoolio comedy.
, bold and even sassier than Hermione of Gryfinndor, Eilonwy becomes Taran's best friend and object of affection through the next four books in the Chronicles of Prydain.
Anne was a devoted mother of four and grandmother of three, a sharp-witted
editor and interviewer, a beloved member of the University of California Berkeley staff for many decades (including the Anthropology Department and UC Press, where she met Dave); an impossibly patient wife for more than 57 years, and the secret voice behind many of Dave's best one-liners.
An official who worked with Kawaguchi in Washington said, ''She is a sharp-witted
and highly amusing, the large-format (8 x 8.5 inches) illustrated book Sterben will gelernt sein (Dying Needs to Be Learned) is another example of his unique brand of absurd yet poignant criticism of social issues both big and small.
Paragamian is the kind of sharp-witted
guy who is perpetualy amused by the game of life's nutty rules.
Using the story of software company Vermeer Technologies, from its founding until its sale to Microsoft, High St@kes, No Prisoners (Random House) is a sharp-witted
analysis of how Silicon Valley, the high-tech capital of the world, works.
Hadda repeatedly stresses the metamorphosis that Singer underwent from his early years as Yitskhok Bashevis, "the worldly-wise and sharp-witted
gadfly" (140), who borrowed his mother's name to distance himself from his conservative father and successful elder brother Israel Joshua, to Isaac Bashevis Singer, the (supposedly) nostalgic celebrator of pious yidishkayt and the lost world of the shtetl.
Socratic teaching, they suggest, forces women to become "social males," competitive, rational, quick-thinking, and sharp-witted
. Even though law school exams are graded without names and class participation barely counts in course grades, women earn lower grades than men with similar admissions qualifications.