With the dreary, and more often than not, unenlightening
phrase 'who benefits?
Conservatives have been consumed by English nationalism and the politics of identity: the economic consequences of policy are secondary to "taking back control", a slogan increasingly proving as undeliverable as it is unenlightening
It took WWS three weeks to realise there had been a mistake, at which stage it notified the LME, which then issued its unenlightening
4) Given this general, unenlightening
language, the courts have been left to determine the contours of this provision, and the Supreme Court has been paying attention.
35,52,270,322-23,358,364,390,404), tend to be either summarized in a rather superficial and unenlightening
manner or are simply quoted and left unexplained.
The ongoing debates in both countries have often been unenlightening
text was shaped, unrecorded, behind
It is unenlightening
to explain international law compliance in [these] terms.
The point in this unenlightening
exercise is to do more than to illuminate the private Rehnquist.
And within this, individual persons, as participants in the shared values and practices, and enmeshed in the web of communal relationships, may find that aspects of those cultural givens are inelegant, and can be un-dignifying or unenlightening
, but they can be thoughtfully questioned and evaluated.
These laughably insubstantial and unenlightening
details hardly constitute any real "advantage' of knowledge.
Without dispensing his seemingly self-conscious monotone that made the Q-and-A an unenlightening
affair, Sankey replied, "I'm not going to go through a dental exam.