On the following morning they rose early, made another hearty meal, then loading themselves with buffalo meat, set out on their return to the camp, to report the fruitlessness
of their mission.
He had found himself so strictly guarded that he soon perceived the fruitlessness
of any attempt at escape.
Stressing that Iran will never hold talks on its missile power, he said, "The government is not after such an issue at all and they (the westerners) will soon become aware of the fruitlessness
of their attempts.
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It falls into that long, dismal catalogue of the fruitlessness
of experience and the confirmed unteachability of mankind.
Whereas the Eastern Marches Society (the German nationalist society dedicated to combatting the Polish minority in Prussia) had long sought to alert an indifferent German public to what they saw as the dangers of Polish nationalism, the collapse of Beseler's administration in Poland demonstrated to the public the fruitlessness
of accommodating Polish nationalism.
Socrates discloses the fruitlessness
of an inchoate awareness of ignorance of what one desires that does not issue in a search for what one might genuinely desire.
He said, "The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action proved again the fruitlessness
of negotiations with the Americans.
Hirsch, for example, beats his breast over what he now sees as a subtle tactical failure in his controversial argument: "If only I had given greater emphasis in Cultural Literacy to that scientific point about the fruitlessness
of extensive skill drills, the practical impact of the book might have been greater" (9).
There seems a fruitlessness
to the act now," he said.
The brief biographies traced above demonstrate the fruitlessness
of limiting one's attention to one specific Cao Dai denomination while investigating the relationship between war and religion in Vietnam and of delimiting Caodaism, along with its devotees and religious activities, with a category defined by the canon of such a denomination.
Similarly, the bare willows seem to signal the fruitlessness
of her unrequited love.