A 2012 Brookings Institution piece uninspiringly
concluded Pakistani students had been rendered incapable of thinking beyond what their textbooks preached.
(6) These stages were rather uninspiringly
named primitivism, barbarism, civilization--with their strong axiological connotation and the definitive aspect of their descriptions discouraging their subsequent use.
Her discipline, experience and strategic way of working have her frequently dubbed (rather uninspiringly
) "a safe pair of hands", but that's quite a relief for the markets after the turmoil of the past few weeks.
A leather-bound steering wheel and some carbonfibre-effect pieces of trim whizz up the interior, but everything else in the cabin is the same, including the uninspiringly
clunky gear selector that would be more at home in a well-used SUV.
e caramel square, as it was rather uninspiringly
known back then, soon spread across the globe, from home cooks, to bakeries and to large manufacturers.
Although it appears according to opinion polls that the majority of British voters today are not inclined to ask new questions about what capitalism is for and how it should be managed--Labor has consistently polled in the mid to high thirties since early 2012--Miliband is trying, however effectively or ineffectively, to bring the public along to think about what he calls, rather uninspiringly
, "responsible capitalism" (2013).
If you are looking for a challenge, another remnant in Cygnus is the uninspiringly
named G65.2 +5.7.
Prior to that they had been flailing about under Paul Jewell and playing so badly that back in October, Cardiff, then mired in their away days misery period, managed to go there, play uninspiringly
The Attorney General of England and Wales claimed that parts of the uninspiringly
titled Local Government Byelaws (Wales) Bill exceeded Wales' devolved powers.
INFINITI, the newcomer posh brand from Nissan, is launching a new saloon at Geneva next week called rather uninspiringly
, the M Line.