He adds, "Structure sounds like a wet blanket
over creativity, but I think it's a prerequisite to actually getting the right kind of creativity.
AT the risk of being accused of being a wet blanket
after the Olympic torch relay passed through Conwy and Denbighshire I wish someone could tell me a) How can Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles be considered inspirational, when that was the criterion laid down when nominees were sought?
More people are drinking wine, more retailers are selling wine, and it seems the wine world is beginning to shrug off the wet blanket
of recession that began in 2008.
There are many more who care about Blues - like the large number of season ticket holders who obviously voted with their feet to snub what they clearly sensed would be a cross between a fiasco and a wet blanket
Placing something of a wet blanket
on USDA's optimistic projections for the future of biofuels (see story above), the International Energy Agency in Paris reports that although second-generation biofuels are considered important to meeting environmental and energy-security goals, commercial production of these fuels is unlikely to significantly take off in the next five years due to technological, logistical and cost barriers.
I hate to be a wet blanket
, but this does seem to me to be over-optimistic, to say the least.
Hugh Russell's Taddeo was excellently sung, but once again the direction projected him as a complete wet blanket
, which after a few times became annoying to watch.
Once he makes the cut, though, the media will cover Arkansas like a wet blanket
, looking under every rock and chunk.
And why have the idiot producers let brilliant, charismatic Danny leave and hung on to wet blanket
But as the price plunged to 375,000 yen in February 2002, NTT share sales by the government were criticized as throwing a wet blanket
on the stock market.