Foremost of all, of course, were the sight of the fiery caves and the certainty that some troglodytic
race inhabited them.
One of its assertions was, "Women on average show a higher interest in people and men in things." This contention, however troglodytic
one might find it, really is a useable description of the skills and interests that set obstetricians and pediatricians apart from surgeons, radiologists, and anesthesiologists.
Hyde through the pretentiously detached "troglodytic
," which points to a time before any late Victorian economy of common sense, in fact, before any economy whatsoever.
The release goes on: "JARV is entirely implausible, JARV is a way of looking at the world, JARV is an acronym, JARV stands for something, JARV is louder than you might expect, JARV is two women & three men, JARV is up close & personal, JARV is troglodytic
, JARV is a rave in a cave, JARV is a group, JARV is the next best thing."
ISIS and its troglodytic
adherents feed off of the misery of their enslaved population and the pervasive apathy of traditional power blocs to intervene against their alarming expansion.
purpose behind CPLR section 5222(b) point to the troglodytic
A theme so classic its origin is troglodytic
is: "We need your help." The ancient cry isn't as motivational as one that doesn't suggest deficiency on the part of the sender.
It's surely very odd that the fast-vanishing troglodytic
lifestyle should not have been immortalized in museum form other then in the dioramas set up in the Ortahisar museum.
When Utterson describes Hyde as "troglodytic
," he refers to the "deep fear of regression to a violent animality in us that soon appeared again in reactions to Jack the Ripper murders so associated with the book, in the London of 1888." (Hogle 1998: 223)
Two converging narratives ensue: Ibraham Nassouf's surreptitious journey over land and sea from Iraq toward England, and the development of journalistic and political events in that country, sparked by the instantaneous and unshakable conclusion drawn by media reporters and commentators that the dead must be the victims of racist troglodytic
English locals who confronted the immigrants during the night and barbarously slaughtered them.
(15) Claudio's troglodytic
, patronizing presumptuousness in wooing Marta is downright pathetic, indirectly (or perhaps not so indirectly) shining a sharp directorial comment on the quality of the ruling/managerial class responsible (if that's the word) for the fortunes, or otherwise, of Italian capitalista as we speak.
During the Hundred Days Offensive from Amiens to the Armistice, the battle, by the standards of troglodytic
trench combat, became a horserace.