, the color wheel as shown is a bit misleading, with yellow opposite blue.
SORRY if I nit-pick
over that allegedly "upsetting" treatment of Troy Hitchens, who was carried downstairs in his wheelchair by King's Head staff because he posed a safety hazard.
I can nit-pick
from a defensive point of view, but it was a sensational piece of skill.
Actually, not to nit-pick
, but Ailes did more than "use the expression 'Nazi attitudes'"he actually said of NPR, "They are, of course, Nazis.
He describes his duties in that role: "to nit-pick
, to find flaws, to second guess.
When you find a match-up of a great idea with a project manager of Jan's caliber, you don't ask a lot of questions or nit-pick
over the proposal.
Each of these packages is only available from the manufacturer, so anyone wanting to nit-pick
could argue that they are not really COTS.
Mr Jaddoo's ignoring of this effort to nit-pick
at a daft mistake seems less community campaigner, more local loudmouth.
Let's not nit-pick
, though - it's "hats off" time to everyone involved.
There are plots (mainly in the USA) sponsored by evangelical creationists, touting "Young Earth Creationism", which disputes the evolution of the Solar System, the age of the Earth, and nuclear dating methods of fossils, not to mention the "Intelligent Design" freaks, who nit-pick
aspects of Evolutionary Biology to try to dispute millions of man-hours, and 150 years of biological research
Some of the refereeing now is so fussy - especially this one - and if we have officials who continue to nit-pick
, then we will lose the beauty of the English game, which is followed all over the world.