The Philippine National Police (PNP), on the other hand, seemed unforthcoming
So anyone looking for the inches and ounces of Jesus' birth will find the gospels unforthcoming
During interview, he was "at first unforthcoming
," but later told police he'd been masturbating in his car because he had no privacy at home, with the family of six crammed into a three-bedroomed home and him sharing a room with his two younger brothers.
It remains however that some clients face little choice where agreements both as to substance and to arbitrate remain unforthcoming
Still, the reader who tries them on for size will find that every rhythmic permutation gives a slightly different contour to the speaker's prickly frustration, her vulnerable defensiveness in the face of the unforthcoming
if eligible suitor from whom she has turned lest he first have turned from her.
8) Meaning constipated, slowness, or being unforthcoming
Yet at this point a major biography of this intriguing and paradoxical man was unforthcoming
The Syrian opposition has remained silent and very unforthcoming
about the new round of talks, whereas the Syrian regime welcomed them via state-run Syrian TV on Sunday.
This split is widely recognized as the main reason for the unforthcoming
resolution of the Kurdish question and becoming one of the most protracted questions in the Middle East.
Yet, for all their relative straightforwardness, and their efficacy in "lumping and splitting, grouping and dividing the world about us", lists themselves remain stubbornly unforthcoming
(Belknap, 2004, p.
is to Virgil's second eclogue, Corydon's lament for the unforthcoming
[homosexual] Alexis," (78).
The point here is not to accuse West Virginia University of being unforthcoming
about programs it plans to shut down.