Ronan Whelan dashed his mount into a clear lead with well over a furlong to run and Verbosity
kept on strongly to score by four lengths.
He added: "I said that it occurred to me that certain people in the House were inebriated by the exuberance of their own verbosity
The monthly statement by the bishops should be clear enough so that interpretations aren't needed in the first place, and the patriarch should remember that one's influence doesn't always equal one's verbosity
This iPhone iteration goes virtual with the verbosity
and presents an excellent pocket puzzle experience, but only if you can find enough pals to play it with.
Brandon Sanderson writes with a fluidity (and an urgency) that often eluded Jordan, and this final volume is light on verbosity
, heavy with action.
No doubt the verbosity
of commentary on old masters is partly an inevitable product of our ignorance.
But they'd be missing out on an incredibly social, addictive and highly competitive puzzle experience, which will push your verbosity
to the absolute limits.
Bedeviled by these pitfalls as traditional criticism might be--an echo chamber of ideas, vacant verbosity
, protected preciousness--online criticism has arguably only exacerbated the issue.
Semler (1725-1791) was one of the most productive German theologians of the Enlightenment period, and yet he remains one of the least read due to his often-dark conceptual language and his infamous verbosity
From left, Luke's father I would welcome the opportunity to explain in more detail the reasons for my observations but I shall precis as follows: | I have never disputed Mr Mort's desire to fight social injustice as he sees it; only questioned his political judgement and verbosity
Victor in Paris from 1162 until he died in 1172, says British dogmatic and historical theologian Angelici, and though he was an important spiritual writer and thinker of the time, his heavy Latin prose, verbosity
, and repetition have inhibited the translation of his work into modern languages.
Melville has survived his reputation," one critic wrote in 1851 of the "imposing" novel, with its diatribes, tangents, and verbosity