defines the shared discourse of the humanities as encompassing three ingredients: (1) a holistic approach, (2) the subject as a whole, and (3) the ethical dimension.
Let us assume for a minute that Billy is not just standing next to the 12-year-old boy in the secluded, but otherwise empty school yard, but rather has already put his foot on top of the little guys head at about 35 miles per hour because Billy does not like the skinny little runt anyway (say the moral equivalent of the softwood lumber duties) and the question immediately arises as to whom is the moron
While public participation in national budgeting is limited, some Latin American cities have made strides, said Claudia Gonzalez del Valle, also of the Universidad del Pacifico's economics department, who worked with Moron
on the study.
I arrived in Moron
feeling flesh as a daisy covered in manure.
And that is what I take this person for, a moron
- who hasn't got a good aim
& Salvadori in wheat (Salvadori & Silva 2004).
In fact, if you do things like throwing a coin at a player, it makes you as moron
Media analyst Jack Irvine said: "Advertisers are tapping into the moron
factor to sell to a very specific audience.
The Silver Medalist, Petrit Ceku, 20, Zagreb, Croatia received $10,000 in addition to his medal; the Bronze Medalist, Roberto Moron
Perez, 26, Madrid, Spain, was awarded $5,000.
Bill then referred to a previous interviewer, saying: "I've just had my moron
for the day.
A 44 year-old man who was so angry that he could produce Pink Flamingos would be sort of a moron
The recent controversy generated by Francoise Ducros, the aide to Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (she called President Bush a moron
and has now resigned), reminds me of a joke told me when I was in Russia in 1978: