The hours he spent with Ruth were maddening alike in promise and in inconclusiveness
The impediment actually lies in the inconclusiveness
of the drafting of the constitution that requires a presidential decree on the upper house which has at this stage become the bone of contention.
Allen endorses the thoughtful cultural inconclusiveness
regarding the status of Hollywood films in contemporary culture.
13) Given the inconclusiveness
of these data, it is imperative that the decision to maintain patients on their DMARDs perioperatively be thoroughly discussed with the patient by the health care team in order to assess the risks and benefits of continuing DMARD therapy.
However, it might be better to think that it is just this inconclusiveness
that moves those who learned from him and shared his interest in a challenging and ambitious archaeology.
7) Yet the above makes it only too clear that the inconclusiveness
of recent wars limits the ability to impose one's will.
Marsh suggests that attention to the submerged plot can address reader's uncertainty as to whether or not to sympathize with Lily Bart and help to explain the inconclusiveness
of Bowen's text.
This article attempts to contribute to the literature of sport economics by proposing an explanation of the inconclusiveness
and inconsistency of empirical tests of the uncertainty of outcome hypothesis.
EPA argued that these deficiencies and the inconclusiveness
of the Tier 2 studies favored unconditional registration because the inconclusiveness
itself demonstrated that sulfoxaflor does not cause unreasonable adverse effects on bees.
1) The inconclusiveness
of Chaucer's poetry, and of Troilus and Criseyde in particular, has often been emphasized by the critics.
It seems that Russia does not rule out such an outcome given the inconclusiveness
of its military adventures in Syria and the unsuitability of Assad for a genuine solution that could protect Russia's interests.
Silvered Water shares The Square's climate of woeful inconclusiveness
, but its structure is infinitely more fragmented.