In his later plays Marlowe makes gains in this respect, but he never arrives at full easy mastery and trenchantly
convincing lifelikeness either in characterization, in presentation of action, or in fine poetic finish.
It is a short book but a tour de force nonetheless, and Isabel Fargo Cole has succeeded admirably in giving it to us in trenchantly
Asaduddin Owaisi, the president of the All-India Majlis-e-Ittehadul-Muslimeen, wrote a letter to India's union law minister and trenchantly
critiqued the need for a new criminal provision on triple talaq.
As Edward Said trenchantly
notes in his groundbreaking book Orientalism, the tendency among Western observers (and even modern social sciences) is to view non-Western races as static peoples with ahistorical, defined characteristics or "essence.
Rally Trump was trenchantly
anti-globalisation; Victory Trump was savagely anti-elites.
He asked trenchantly
that whether Pakistan is a Banana Republic or a state founded on democratic principles.
The cellos and basses launched themselves trenchantly
into the opening statement of the motto theme which, with Liszt-like transformations, informs the whole symphony.
Our Caribbean Kin illuminates the pressures posed by exploitative historical and economic regimes, and trenchantly
dissects problematic paradigms that currently structure social relations in the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and Haiti.
With Brexit upon us, the priority in coming months is to find rewarding new markets - particularly abroad, as Trade Secretary Liam Fox has trenchantly
reminded business bosses.
There will be those who'll trenchantly
tell you this week that the meeting of Celtic and Rangers on Saturday is a first.
examines the difference between just war as found in international law and his presentation of a Christian treatment.
notes about the feminist icon, who is playing the gender card on the trail this time around: "I find her impulse to blame the Woman -- not only me, but herself -- troubling.