They were also moved by the nerdiness
of Seymour, who was played by Olli Dewes, from the sixth form.
The only misstep comes from Wright, who lays the Poindexter nerdiness
on a bit thick as a hard-hearted scientist.
The unfortunate-looking teen with the unfortunate-sounding moniker (it doesn't take much imagination to guess what his nickname is) got fired--ostensibly for being such an ineffectual project manager that his team mates couldn't work with him, but, I suspect, it was because they were offended by his nerdiness
In caricaturing biographical study as a combination of prurience and nerdiness
, I don't mean to say that these activities aren't worthwhile.
The audience, mostly from Oregon, California and Washington state, exhibits a level of devotion and nerdiness
more typically found among sports fans.
But all this doesn't end in chaos: The women's nerdiness
about the textile trade and the obsessive-compulsive use of onomatopoeia suffice to give the book structure.
Along the way, the author offers insight into nerdiness
and racial stereotypes, nerdiness
and Asperger's, and nerdiness
and, well, himself--amply illustrated with his own high school humiliations.
As Roman emperors go, he was amongst the most cultured--without the nerdiness
of a Claudius or the affectation of a Nero.
Loren Horsley and Jemaine Clement bond over their nerdiness
in "Eagle vs Shark.
Newcomer Brandon Routh does a good job as the caped hero, balancing the muscular heroism of Superman with the blundering nerdiness
of Clark Kent - and he even looks a lot like the most memorable Superman star, Christopher Reeve.
public and the nerdiness
and self-aggrandizement of the mathematically gifted.
The nearest equivalent to the reality of the beer bore is the real ale anorak -- or Nerdiness
In Extremus -- a mini bus party who pinched our seats at this year's festival without so much as a by your leave.