And plainly, too, they were a childlike and innocent lot; telling lies of the stateliest pattern with a most gentle and winning naivety
, and ready and willing to listen to anybody else's lie, and believe it, too.
Sheridan said: "The difference was the naivety
of some of our play at times, just giving the ball away when we had good position and making ourselves vulnerable.
embarrassed those around him and severely damaged England's chances of reaching the quarter-finals.
A mix of tough cynicism and hopelessly romantic naivety
, they are brilliantly realised.
DAVID Stockdale believes both nerves and naivety
cost Fulham dear in Saturday's 2-2 draw against Hull, which left Felix Magath's side in the Barclays Premier League relegation zone with just two games remaining.
FORMER Darlington keeper David Stockdale believes both nerves and naivety
cost Fulham dear in the 2-2 draw against Hull, which left Felix Magath's side in the Premier League relegation zone with just two games remaining.
KEEPER David Stockdale believes nerves and naivety
cost Fulham dear in the 2-2 draw against Hull which left Felix Magath's side in the Premier League drop zone with just two games to go.
The Scotland Under-21 winger, who moved south in the summer from Aberdeen in a PS400,000 switch, says his naivety
in games is leading to him running out of steam far too early.
Myers attributes that indifferent form to the team's occaional naivety
And did Baroness Ashton, by wanting to achieve any sort of achievement, after short-sighted naivety
or intention, in fact opened Pandora's Box of the Balkan and cemented the new ethnic manipulative map for entry of another cycle of universal distrusts?
But he regarded it foolish naivety
rather than cynical dishonesty.
These short and entertaining stories are sure to delight those young and old with their modern-day references and timeless lessons, including the topics of truth, naivety
, curiosity, timeliness and more