thought I, without expressing myself aloud -- "this is quite a remarkable silence on the part of Toby Dammit, and is no doubt a consequence of his verbosity
upon a previous occasion.
Clacton's statement with a curious division of judgment, noting its weak and pompous verbosity
on the one hand, and, at the same time, feeling that faith, faith in an illusion, perhaps, but, at any rate, faith in something, was of all gifts the most to be envied.
It rambled with a kind of amiable verbosity
from one heading to another, suggesting that all human beings are very much the same under their skins, illustrating this by the resemblance of the games which little Spanish boys play to the games little boys in London streets play, observing that very small things do influence people, particularly natives; in fact, a very dear friend of Mr.
The so-called leaders strayed into the treacherous territory of vicious verbosity
, thus banishing all logical debates and dialogue.
Maybe slightly more surprising was the penalty given to Verbosity
after landing a nursery at Cork on Saturday.
Bolger's wife, Jackie, then saw her colours carried to victory by Jim Gorman's 7-1 shot Verbosity
in the nursery.
CJP remarked there is too much verbosity
in the reply of ministry of information.
Our courts are, of course, quite rightly impartial of the body politik, but if George Osborne's vision of a Northern Powerhouse is to be more than just electioneering verbosity
, visions such as Durham's are vital.
In other roles we have Alun Jones and Peter Bowron as long-suering manservants and I particularly enjoyed the sing-song Anglican verbosity
of Mick McParland as the Rev Canon Chasuble.
as Jim After the first hour of endless verbosity
, I hoped - in vain as it transpired - that Monahan would rein in the dialogue and let actions speak a hundred words instead.
There are 29 Government senators and Mr Cullinane made the claim after Sinn Fein was accused of being "inebriated by the exuberance of their own verbosity
and their own self-importance" by Labour Senator John Whelan.
My medical and scientific training had instilled in me an aversion to verbosity
and gobbledegook, so much so that, as far as poetry was concerned, I was drawn towards the Shakespearean sonnet form because it was able to explore any subject and express its findings clearly and succinctly.