She was as scarlet as if he had put the thing most indelicately
She put it to herself as indelicately
as possible, in the hope that her brain would cry, "Rubbish, you're a self-conscious fool
The mass murder of almost 3,000 Americans was, as Benjamin Netanyahu indelicately
put it, "very good" for Israel.
There's nothing honest about this response to a legitimate question, however indelicately
In the past I have described John Ralston Saul as an intellectual fraud and poseur, as a merchant of 'betises,' as a French reviewer once indelicately
119) Socrates hints indelicately
at the source of Cephalus' ill-gotten gains when he points out the injustice of returning weapons to a man who "asks for them back when he is out of his mind.
Amjad Iqbal Qureshi, thus, prayed the court to refrain counsel of the petitioner from indelicately
using the names of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto and President Asif Ali Zardari as one has embraced martyrdom while the other holds the office of President.
To put the matter indelicately
, it is illegal to discriminate against someone because of race, but it isn't illegal to discriminate against someone who is poor.
Yet despite whatever the intelligentsia and Dmitry Medvedev may tell Brzezinski in their private chit-chats, the odds are long against regime change in this "wild country," as Ambassador Michael McFaul indelicately
As for the thesis that democratic countries do not start wars, Riyadh could indelicately
point to recent counter-examples.
And sure enough, by the time I came back for a second look, someone had ripped a piece of flagstone out of the walkway and indelicately
shoved it over the hole, where it now, more or less, prevented a wholesale flood from each passing storm.
But they inevitably come out--tramping indelicately
through woodlands and rooting through soil in search of food; destroying crops, polluting wetlands, imperiling forests, and spreading disease; endangering other species by ravaging their traditional food supplies.