In Tokyo, where commutes are significantly longer and more mind-numbing, and the tunnels themselves sometimes dauntingly
far below the streets, the colorful moving adverts might provide some relief from the boredom and cheek-by-jowl crowds.
Governments that grant their citizens a large measure of freedom to engage in international commerce," Griswold relates, "find it dauntingly
difficult to simultaneously deny them political and civil liberties.
His book is dauntingly
long and laden with tables; it is not for the weak of heart.
In fact, after worrying that the chateau would be dauntingly
formal, the cosy atmosphere quickly put us at ease.
In addition, the number of independent retailers seems to diminish year by year and the difficulties of gaining any kind of meaningful distribution in the independent sector remain dauntingly
Exposition in Ideas Have Consequences and Visions of Order is often dauntingly
compact, using mere paragraphs or even sentences where other writers might devote pages.
But then one day you turn around, and they're taller than you are, competent, and dauntingly
We now know that Nilsen was one of our worst mass-murderers, killing and dismembering a dauntingly
large number of young men.
The risk of failure is inseparable from the bid for success, not just because the evidence for his argument is dauntingly
circumstantial, or even because we do not know the "correct" way of connecting writer with writings.
She also writes beautifully, even on a topic as dauntingly
complex as The New York Trilogy with its doubles and triples, its ontological paradoxes, its generic crossovers ('Kafka gone gumshoe') and plain convoluted plotting.
I found in my studies of parishes in the 1980s and again in the mid-90s that the presence of dialogue is dauntingly
dependent on the personality of the pastor.
When faced with an inviting opportunity or a dauntingly
complex problem, however, it is frequently hard to resist the temptation to stretch models.