But with the self-combating proclivity
of the supersensitive, an answer thereto arose in Clare's own mind, and he almost feared it.
Krupp says Europe's proclivity
for TCD engines is related to their superior driving performance and fuel economy.
Gibson's locally-specific passages make clear that a long tradition of rustic recreation cannot account for the sudden Dutch proclivity
for recognizably local landscape.
Using his friend John Carpenter to help him videotape his sexual exploits, Crane became completely obsessed with his salacious proclivity
, allowing his career and family life to fall apart.
Incorrect understanding of elementary actualities has become something of a malodorous proclivity
with this dissembling pretender who entwines factuality by incurvating colloquy beyond any deducible signification.
Nurtured by such distinguished past central bank chiefs as Marius Holtrop, Jelle Zijlstra, and Duisenberg, the Dutch central bank has a long tradition of independence from outside political influences, a longer time horizon for policy, and a proclivity
for strong anti-inflationary policies and a hard currency.
Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit found that numerous unfair labor practices at individual facilities did not demonstrate a corporate proclivity
to violate the National Labor Relations Act.
to seek apocalypse reveals humanity dissatisfied, restless, cruel, and evil, arguably in need of salvation from this earth.
repeatedly landed him in hot water in the early years after he succeeded FDR.
It is not about sexual proclivity
, a fact clearly laid out in McCloskey's work.
The high court determined that cows did not have a natural proclivity
toward agression, but in this case were spooked by the couple's dogs.
The pope has a point, argues Christine Gudorf, when he criticizes the United States' proclivity
for unilateral military action.