Let both sides explore what problems unite us instead of belaboring
those problems which divide us.
Barlow's dialogue has the cadence and colloquialism of real speech, without belaboring
the reading experience: "Patel wiped his forehead with a railroad bandana.
two old men chatted over Zeus, and one, belaboring
the point, to me Karzai is a capable and complicated leader in a very complicated political situation," Lieberman said.
Rather than belaboring
the difficulty of the task, the rest of this paper is devoted to a study of these interventions and how they can be used in schools to improve student success and reduce dropout behavior.
At the risk of belaboring
the culinary metaphor, the pieces vary in flavor and texture from rather dry and chewy (the attractive but strangely cold "Song of the Ch'in" by Zhou Long, Tan Dun's pointillistic "Cloudiness") to sweet and juicy (Bright Sheng's aching "Silent Temple IV" and Chou We n-chung's "Larghetto nostalgieo").
the controversy, I would suggest that the problem with CT screening for lung cancer is with the patient study mix ("CT Not Advised for Lung Cancer Screening," Oct.
As The Wall Street Journal's James Taranto put it, with great cynicism and possibly great accuracy, "if the Democrats really think that belaboring
complaints about harsh treatment of the enemy is the way to 'score points with the public,' they're more out of touch than we thought.
Football season is far enough in the past that there is little point in belaboring
the conduct and tactics of Mike Martz, but one more comment might be germane.
the point, even at a $99 price, you'd break even at about 0.
In a nutshell: Producer Mike Fleiss seems more intent on manufacturing and belaboring
cruel drama - rooming the redneck with the gay guy, trying to alternately patch up and exacerbate the effects of a divorce, reuniting sweethearts and troublemakers - than simply allowing the participants to interact organically.
PLODDING back and forth before the jury box, he bludgeoned the panel with his case, belaboring
every point, and filled the air with excruciating minutiae, lifting his chin and dragging his vowels in a most irksome way.