After working with Assange to go through the initial material about the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, Times reporters came to believe he was smart and tech-savvy, but "arrogant, thin-skinned
, conspiratorial and oddly credulous.
David Cannad:ine insists that authors should never -- well, hardly ever -- take issue with reviewers in print,1 and Evans tends to confirm the wisdom of this injunction with a reaction that is, overall, petulant and thin-skinned
with a rosy blush, the fleshy fruit is sort of a cross between a nectarine and a regular peach.
Llewellyn is suspended for two days for marking the horse and O'Neill fined pounds 100 for not warning the jockey that the horse was thin-skinned
He may well bring knowledge, experience, passion, enthusiasm to his few games in charge, but for every one person in the game who says he has all those qualities I've heard another two say he's too thin-skinned
and "spits the dummy out" if things don't go his way.
fruits have more juice than coarse-skinned ones.
Alas, the spirit is thin-skinned
indeed; the most pneumatic mood invariably thumps down and down to earth.
The 1/4-inch thick protection, made of cork, serves as insulation and is required to protect the thin-skinned
tank from heat experienced during the initial phases of launch.
Men in this group were described as guileful, deceitful, distrustful of others, and emotionally brittle; their female counterparts seemed preoccupied with viewing themselves as physically attractive and expressed a thin-skinned
, defensive attitude toward others.
Ringer, whose ingenuous charm seemed always heartfelt and appealingly thin-skinned
, brought an uncalculated lyricism--and sometimes pathos--to nearly every part I saw her dance.
UKIP MEP Patrick O'Flynn has stepped down as the party's economic spokesman and apologised to leader Nigel Farage for publicly calling him "snarling, thin-skinned
Fat Ronaldo should never be confused with Real Madrid's thin-skinned
Ronaldo, with whom he shares a name but never a dinner.