What Can needed was a tough editor to help trim his long-winded
If Gil Diaz's introduction that day was short on style and long-winded
on substance, his next appearance awkwardly reversed course.
There were more moving speeches, teary acceptances and a few long-winded
A self-described creditor advocate, Helie proclaims a brave new world of bondholders, bringing market forces to bear on failing developing countries like Ecuador to an extent never seen before in the long-winded
decorous Latin American debt negotiations of the 1980s that ultimately gave rise to the so-called Brady bonds.
CHRIS BERMAN, listening to the long-winded
yammering of the TV football analysts: "I used to like them better when they were called 'color men' and used to talk only when the play-by-play man went to the bathroom"
It was that quirky, long-winded
bunch of thinkers known as the cameralists who, according to Hull, first "conceived of civil society on its own terms, separate from government" and who also came to regard "sexual behavior as a social issue, not a political one." (pp.
The hammer finds the thumb, the flame the gas leak - the long-winded
poet, hunching over the podium, struck by a falling EXIT sign
In fact, the long-winded
plan made his proposal less attractive to investors.
The narrator of the story, who is searching for a Reverend Leonidas Smiley, visits the long-winded
Simon Wheeler, a miner, in hopes of learning his whereabouts.
Von Maltzahn is a learned, if sometimes long-winded
, guide through all this.
This is a long-winded
way of saying the demand for quality consumer goods still outstrips supply by a substantial margin.
In Mexico the long-winded
hashtag #lahazanadeportivamasepicadelahistoria was soon trending - meaning "the most epic athletic feat in history".