All untidiness, all want of system and regularity, cause me the acutest
A perfectly black object, he contended, would elude and defy the acutest
This habit poses the acutest
problem for Babar, a batsman of high skill and higher ambition.
It was her voice that made The sky acutest
at its vanishing.
Defenceman Scott McCutcheon sent Lockerbie in on goal at 11.49, the latter finding the net from the acutest
of angles to round the period off convincingly at 5-0 to the Sharks.
As if to show that from such erosion even our acutest
organs may have evolved, the poet announces--in the fifty-sixth of the first sentence's eighty-three lines--that the child's fleeting reflection in the puddle "giv[es] me for that instant an eye you its iris blinking."
Fewster latched on to Peter Jameson's clearance before rounding Adam Bartlett and netting from the acutest
of angles - moments after Langstaff had floated a header past Jameson, only to see the flag go up for offside.
Each of these men who had resolved to die a tortured shameful death was rich, prosperous, and to all appearance in love with the world, and not the acutest
research could ferret out any shadow of a lurking motive in either case.
One of the acutest
conundrums is the power outages/load-shedding, let alone the price of the utility.
Obtained results show that the acutest
toxicity was exhibited by glutaraldehyde (GA) showing close to 1 mg [L.sup.-1] [LC.sub.50(24)] values (Table 2), followed by sodium hypochlorite with an [LC.sub.50(24)] of 5.92 mg [L.sup.-1]; while the ferric chloride was the compound less toxic with a median lethal concentration above 100 mg [L.sup.-1] (202.77 mg [L.sup.-1]) on Artemia franciscana nauplii.
He knows how to create the acutest
of angles; he knows how much over-spin to put to his shot in order to drive that ball at just the right pace and on just the right arc for a spot-on landing.
He does realize the futility of his past achievements but he could not connect himself with what Mrs Moore did and faced the acutest
spiritual crisis within herself.