He was equable, he was to be relied upon, and withal there was a certain bafflement
She noted the fleeting bafflement
in his brown eyes.
Fans have reacted with bafflement
after the first trailer for Taylor Swift's Cats was unveiled.
)ISLAMABAD/DUBAI A 37 year old man with a dubious record of thinking for himself that has spanned almost two decades, throughout his adult like, has been put in charge of thinking on behalf of 11 people.While scientists and statisticians have expressed their bafflement
over a decision that tasks a person with 1000% more work of something they've failed across 100%, analysts have further pointed out that the data inserted in the research underestimates the actual gravity of the appointment.
Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar also expressed bafflement
at Kapar MP Abdullah Sani Abdul Hamid's decision to make the allegation publicly and repeatedly.
THE decision to give a French company the UK passport contract caused anger, consternation and plain bafflement
in my home town of Gateshead.
Zoe has since spoken out about the tragedy and decided she was determined to raise awareness about mental health, hoping to help others coping with the overwhelming sadness and bafflement
after the suicide of a loved one.
Paddy Power said last night: "Stoke's surprise choice of Paul Lambert as manager has prompted supporter bafflement
, widespread online ridicule, and me to go, 'F*** that, that's a shocking decision, we're paying out'.
BRITAIN has been left embarrassed on the world stage and there is international "bafflement
" over Brexit, former foreign secretary David Miliband said.
Evelyn would like to study classics at Oxford, much to her mother's bafflement
and is attracted to the suffragist movement by its promise of independence and self-fulfilment.
Some social media users have expressed bafflement
over the morbid merchandise, since the tragic character was abused and murdered, leading to an investigation in her serene but darkly enigmatic town.
Yet as revelatory and socially important as some of her past work has been, none of her previous books can compare in complexity, emotional insight, and sheer bafflement
to In the Darkroomher haunting, urgent account of the life of her father, Steven Faludi, a teenage survivor of the 1944 Hungarian massacre of Budapest's Jews.