Though there are problems with the plot and matters that are never resolved or resolved half-heartedly
, this is worth listening to.
Another dancer might have asked to start again or dragged herself through the steps half-heartedly
. But Lane kept dancing her Paquita variation--exquisitely--in dead silence.
There was nothing else to do for the Scot except throw an arm of genuine concern around his opponent, wave half-heartedly
to the crowd in acknowledgement of a hollow victory and sign autographs as he left court.
But his big career move occurred in 1975, when he "half-heartedly
" interviewed at the Resnick firm with Burt Resnick and Rick Rackow.
Speaking ahead of the pageant about her determination to give it her all, she said: 'I don't like to do things half-heartedly
. I will just return straight from the contest to start my study.'
At the time, according to her 2001 memoir, she was half-heartedly
pursuing a job at Morgan Stanley.
Young people, better acclimated in the Soviet state if necessarily cynical about its rewards, seek love, friendship, success, repeating half-heartedly
the current cant while dreaming of making the right connection, talking the talk, getting ahead.
Tax reform advanced half-heartedly
is really no tax reform at all.
John's white mother likewise provides good advice for John: "It's a long journey to a point where a person can see beyond his own culture." But she too has difficulty translating her ideas into reality, and only half-heartedly
supports John and Susie's marriage.
Egypt has virtually retired from its post-disengagement security role in the Gaza Strip and is only half-heartedly
blocking Palestinian arms supplies through Sinai.
Among other things, Hilts discusses pain-killers that destroy liver function; the soft-pedaling of scientists' warnings about severe side effects; the antibiotic chloramphenicol, which was only reluctantly and half-heartedly
recalled by its manufacturer even after the company learned the drug caused a fatal blood disorder; and heart medications that quietly killed more people than they saved, even while the FDA was criticized for not approving them fast enough.
"Yo--quit it, you guys," Weyant said half-heartedly
, drowned out by the fury of our hate song.