When Terkoz saw Tarzan approaching without his arrows, he continued to belabor
the poor woman in a studied effort to affront his hated chieftain.
Ah, when one looks at our young people, Prince, one would like to take Peter the Great's old cudgel out of the museum and belabor
them in the Russian way till all the nonsense jumps out of them.
Nowadays we need to record much more quickly, so there's not time to belabor
every little decision like we did in our earlier years," says Ray.
An ostensible paean to the thesping profession and its wacky, lovable practitioners, this dysfunctional-family/romantic seriocomedy in fact occasions plenty of bad acting, making this an interminable belabor
of love that will have trouble finding an audience in any format.
Yet most environmental curricula today, whether formal education or "fun" activities created by environmental groups, belabor
the problems and are dominated by "prescriptions, commandments and statements of fact.
It's the offhanded way Waberi goes about his satire that makes his critique as devastating as it is; he doesn't belabor
the scenario, he casually inverts cultural references (not Fay Wray's King Kong but Miriam Makeba's, not Courbet's The Origin of the World but Gustavio Mbembe's) and twists the thoughtless rhetoric that's been used so often to flatten and homogenize Africa in literature.
So I will not belabor
the many inaccuracies and distortions in Mr.
We don't need to belabor
how important it is to save energy.
Not to belabor
the Hooker thing, but how many blockbuster movies were based on that series?
Although Collins has occasionally voiced support for efforts to hold the White House accountable, she'd prefer not to belabor
To claim that it is a timely treatment would simply belabor
But my point is not to belabor
these mill closings.