It stated baldly
, contemplating Labour's prospects at the next general election: "Sadly, it is clear to us - as it is to almost the entire party and the entire country - that without an urgent change in the leadership of the party it becomes less likely that we will win that election.
Seldom has it been put as baldly
that ties are in jeopardy if the Japanese leader Mr.
neo-imperial approach is daring and novel, but it suffers from his downplaying the abuses that historically accompanied imperial ventures.
She states baldly
that she feels the decline of this philosophy in Australian political thought has been to the detriment of the society.
In a nutshell: Where the original series showed the soul-draining wretchedness of politics, this one simply baldly
explains it, less artfully and amusingly.
President Eisenhower stated it baldly
in his inaugural message of January 20, 1953: "Destiny has laid upon our country the responsibility for world leadership.
In letter after letter, Dorothy has told William baldly
that he means everything to her.
2] Deforestation had in fact become such a controversial issue that in 1653 Sylvanus Taylor baldly
declared that "all men's eyes were upon the forests.
Happily all this is stated just about as baldly
and clearly as that.
The revelation of this baldly
criminal behavior alienated not only moderate congressmen, but also conservative loyalists, without whose support Nixon was doomed.
women raise laments, state baldly
the horrors they have endured, but keep the thread of hope alive that the world will seek non-violent ways to settle conflicts and live in peace.
However," she continued, when the "cardinal baldly
claims 'condoms often fail,' this is simply not true.