Rowe provides ample material for classroom discussion in his trenchant descriptions of Bao, whom he describes as "cripplingly
naive" (105), a "self-taught technocrat" (127), optimistically believing that "solutions might still be found that would benefit all interests simultaneously" (149), and holding an "awkward combination of plain-folk populism and elite paternalism" (181).
Kunal Nayyar (Raj Koothrappali, who is cripplingly
shy talking to women), Mayim Bialik (Amy Farrah Fowler, a neurobiologist whose relationship with Sheldon is dictated by a contractual agreement) and Melissa Rauch (the small-but-mighty Bernadette) also took part in the ceremony.
Not doing them is the more cripplingly
costly option in every respect.
Rovers head for the Liberty Stadium in cripplingly
poor form and with speculation at feverpitch over the future of boss Darrell Clarke.
With US federal deficits rising toward $1 trillion a year, the issue is becoming cripplingly
And let's not forget that the financial crisis affecting UK families is as much about chronically low wages as it is the cripplingly
high cost of childcare.
But the worst place to be during this weather is in the cripplingly
hot interior of a car for the 10 or so minutes it takes for air-conditioning to start working.
Oh, and I forgot to mention problems like illiteracy, a cripplingly
high birth rate, jihadist militancy, water and power shortages, and a collapsing state education system.
"We were bad athletes and got cripplingly
nervous in public," Isaac recalls, "so, instead, we flew with our minds." Anointing themselves the charter members of a collective called the Faraways, they start a sci-fi magazine and circulate it among friends.
Lunch was fast food KFC-style, which - surprisingly - wasn't cripplingly
expensive and quite enjoyable.
brizimm While I like the ambition (something we're cripplingly
short of at times in Wales), I worry about how much of the valley would be developed.
Renee has cripplingly
low self-esteem, which holds her back in her career and her love life.