You are perfectly innocent of having intended me any wrong; for you was then an infant: but I shall, I believe, unriddle
all this the moment I mention my name.
He estimates him fairly, indeed, and understands him well; but he unriddles
his character rather by acuteness than by sympathy.
He speaks with ROTIMI IGE about his upcoming 'Unriddle
' conference, among other topics.
[...] I am looking for and I accept only a new world, rejuvenated, freshened precisely by the wish to discover the unknown, to unriddle
With actionable insights into customers' feelings, unspoken needs, attitudes, and choices, we can unriddle
the puzzle and know what to say, how, and when, to turn them into loyal followers."
It is words after all that turn the irrational into the rational, and, as she writes, "Empire fears and resents rational discourse, the tested intuitions, the bare facts that offer us the means to approach, unmask, unriddle
the enigmatic and vertiginous world."
Follow Mary-Ann as she scours the country to unriddle
the mystery, travelling far and wide from Kiev to Kherson to Odessa and even to Novaya Blagoveschenka, the village where Oxana is believed to have been born.
Count on Oedipus to show up on a Greek amphora with the Sphinx he would unriddle
. You've doubtless noticed that Narasingh, the fourth avatar of Vishnu, is a Man-Lion.
No reclamation project can unriddle
that lost past, as essential as it is invisible.
Still, this is another potent allegory, something to unriddle
, or at least to be chastened by.
Or, as in the demented Balkan theologies so thoroughly ventilated by Milorad Pavic in his Dictionary of the Khazars, before he sold out to the Serbian sex criminals: perhaps a search for all the pieces of the broken body of the original Adam (Cadmon or Ruhani), whose angle-making re-assembly, by glossaries and alphabeticons, will unriddle