To be present at - an actual witness, too - of this bitterness of death; to float, indecisively
, in an incomprehensible mystery, between resemblance and reality; to hear everything, to see everything, without interfering in a single detail of agonizing suffering, was - so the king thought within himself - a torture far more terrible, since it might last forever.
The one I had selected wavered indecisively
before me, and, as I swung wide to make the boarding gentle, filled suddenly and darted away, the smart Mongols shouting a wild rhythm as they bent to the sweeps.
He stopped indecisively
because a sixth figure had suddenly presented itself just inside the doorway--a figure so incongruous in the scene as to be almost comic.
It oscillated indecisively
between coercion and cooperation for a while but now a visibly bitter and frustrated US appears set to coercing it ruthlessly.
Yet US strategy is indecisively
buffeted between Trump's instincts to avoid foreign entanglements, and the urge to contain Tehran's expansive ambitions.
The recent WTO ministerial meeting in Argentina ended indecisively
on December 13.
Before delegation of the government met with clerics in Islamabad today, interior minister held talks with representatives of the protesting bodies in Islamabad but the sitting concluded indecisively
and the deadlock persists.
New York Times FOR more than a year, members of the Baltimore City Council, like officials in many communities across the nation, had drifted indecisively
about the fate of the city's increasingly controversial Confederate monuments.
professional and it's Ian Harmer entered the fray and, with his sixth ball, had Umeed moving back indecisively
and falling lbw.
We should neither wait indecisively
, nor continue kowtowing to China, while China continues to chip away at our rights and on our hold on these territories.
The United States and its client states are currently stuck indecisively
seeking the above-mentioned outcomes that are destined to fail and have even created a needless confrontation with Iran and Russia.
Covering, as the title implies, the very zenith of Beatlemania, from 1963 to 1966, the indecisively
named "The Beatles: Eight Days a Week--The Touring Years" does, to its credit, gradually capture the growing sense of fame-induced panic and ennui that prompted the Liverpudlians' premature retreat from live performance, just as their music began to rock a little bit harder.