Followed by: "A hectoring, strident
, bossy, dictatorial personality (which does not survive an encounter with you).
He runs Strident
Force here having won this contest in two of the last four years.
CDATA[ In Hebrew, "lefasfes" is slang for missing the mark, and that seems to be what is happening to the doctors who are listening to the strident
voices urging a boycott of a valuable contribution to Israeli society .
Andrew may be strident
, but he is a great motivator and has widespread support in the party.
A Defence Department review has found the doctors overseeing Hasan's training voiced concerns over his strident
views on Islam, yet continued to give him positive reports that won him promotions.
THANK you for all the letters and emails on Cardinal Keith O'Brien's strident
opposition to the Human Embryo Bill.
Written by the co-author of "Unfit for Command: Swift Boat Veterans Speak Out Against John Kerry", The Late Great USA: The Coming Merger with Mexico and Canada is a strident
denouncement of the so-called Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, to the extent of calling it a "shadow government".
But the episode could give some fuel to those who dislike the usually strident
But instead of choosing a classy hue like black or dark blue, he went for a rather strident
shade of Trex white (pictured below).
Jefferson Friedman's original music provided occasional bursts of strident
Dean shared the senator's dislike of the "so-called social conservatives" who have risen to prominence within Republican ranks, and the pair planned a book for which they would talk "with people like Chuck Colson, Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell" and "attempt to understand their strident
and intolerant politics.
Interspersed among this bile were strident
attacks on all of the Religious Right's favorite targets: gay people, public schools, "the left," Sens.