He'd jumped bail and fled to northern Pretoria, but it was vexingly
difficult to catch and prosecute him - until a scientist helped make the case against him with rhino DNA.
For Republican candidates in contested states like Virginia, the fact that everything revolves around Trump raises two vexingly
opposite scenarios: Every day brings the potential for a Trump tempest that could alter the election by riling Democrats - or by energising Republicans.
However, measuring the notion of security can be vexingly
The stranger's motives remain vexingly
unclear for the entirety of the film.
These works are derived from a serial logic that provides a mechanism and reserve of intersecting irregular geometric shapes to be endlessly recontextualized and recycled; the resultant combinations evoke diagrams but are vexingly
devoid of clues to their significance.
Perhaps most vexingly
, this enthymeme is usually proffered in response to gun control advocacy, but it does not actually attack the substance of any proposed gun control legislation.
From a Western perspective, it is not even clear what policies a Syrian intervention would be designed to achieve; no other global conflict more vexingly
pits humanitarianism against national security.
One of the most vexingly
inconsistent features of the sound pattern of German is the elusive relation between vowel quality and vowel length.
It is not surprising, then, that while her work appears to own an oblique-oblige spin toward dominant culture patronage, the intention of her messaging continues to vexingly
elude most African American audiences.
In pointing to meter as a key to understanding our human nature, Wilson raises questions about humanity that demand answers within a broader inquiry about nature, an inquiry he acknowledges is vexingly
Or until you hear about the vexingly
complex implications for the insurance industry.
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