discreetly, where touch is imperfect
, but just barely imperfect
Josie, known for her work with Big Hard Excellent Fish, was famous for her spoken word performance on 1989 track Imperfect
List, which listed her pet hates and reflected political and social ills of the time.
com to encourage people to love themselves and said she's on the hunt for an imperfect
A Most Imperfect
Union: A Contrarian History of the United States turns traditional American history upside down; so if it's alternative thinking you wish on the topic, there's no better place to look.
We live in an imperfect
country ruled by people who were born imperfect
but think they will improve in Parliament.
He also says we live in an imperfect
world so we must invest in an imperfect
Charles Dickens and the Victorian child; romanticizing and socializing the imperfect
Justice is a good short recap, with some new insights, of a case that captivated the country for such a long time.
This argument might not be compelling: the Ethiopian long imperfect
was undoubtedly very unusual to an Arab ear and could have easily been substituted by the corresponding jussive forms (in their turn, structurally identical to the Arabic imperfect
) with no attention to their morphosyntactic properties.
Percy The Perfectly Imperfect
Chicken" is a wonderful children's fable about using patience and imagination to combat intolerance and prejudice.
London, May 22 (ANI): Pop star Mariah Carey has revealed through the social networking site Twitter that her upcoming album's title is 'Memoirs Of an Imperfect
Goldberg and Frydman's analysis and recommendations on regulating the financial sector are based on their research and development of the Imperfect
Knowledge Economics, or IKE, model that asserts that exact models of purposeful human behavior are beyond the reach of economic analysis.