definition of "idiocy
." When the Court did use preratification
However, these efforts would only have a good measure of success if all users had better knowledge of 'computer idiocy
' and its catastrophic implications.
Speaking at a one-week commemoration of the passing away of the mother of a certain party member in the Village of Taybeh/South Lebanon, Raad confidently indicated that the idiocy
of perpetrating any misadventure against Lebanon; This would provoke a sweeping regional face-lifting prone to leave local/regional scenarios beyond recognition.
Patrick McDonagh suggests that idiocy
in nineteenth-century Britain comprises "a shadowy image, an expression of unreason that takes new shapes according to context--according, that is, to the needs to which a society must put it." (7) Similarly, Brontes narrative co-opts the nebulousness of idiocy
for its own ends, putting disability to use as a signifier for the dysfunctional family relations that plague the novel, in such a way that Hareton comes physically to embody the disordered nature of the domestic environment at Wuthering Heights.
In her panning of my biography of Edith Cavell (Reviews, January 2011), Joanna Bourke ascribes her own idiocy
The son of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour has said sorry for climbing the Cenotaph during the student protests, saying he was "mortified" by his "moment of idiocy
This is the only way!" Thanks to Jim, a full public argument is possible at last - not too late, please God - and let's hope it will expose every last idiocy
And all of this happens in the height of a scandal with the textbooks in which instead of celebrating the education, the idiocy
is being celebrated.
"Dumbocracy: Adventures with the Loony Left, the Rabid Right, and Other American Idiots" is Marty Beckerman's war on the idiocy
that so infests the American political landscape.
THE real genius of this film wasn't all the crashing around the CGI monster, which looked at bit like an inside-out Janet Street-Porter, but the crashing idiocy
of the young, hip, lead characters.
on the part of the last Chancellor Gordon Brown created this anomaly?
"This is not just the idiocy
of provincial life, this is also the idiocy
of the federal government," Gannushkina said.