It is, however, perhaps weakened by a rather pointlessly
guidebook-ish form; do the publishers and author really expect a significant audience for such a limiting Grand Tour-ism restricted entirely to Europe's modern churches?
Hedges has learned how war and war-mongering warp the human spirit and the social psyche as they steal away, often pointlessly
, so many human lives.
The CD ends with a pointlessly
punkish rendition of the CD's title cut by Henry Rollins.
Blood will continue to be pointlessly
shed on both sides," Edelman wrote.
While their classmates spent sleepless nights preparing for pointlessly
grueling Socratic dialogues, both Marquart and Byrnes pursued their own versions of legal education.
But aside from pointlessly
aggravating Sino-American relations it cannot roll back the clock to a pre-industrial China, one that did suffer a rigid trade-off between economic growth and military capacity.
Without the accompanying oratories of explanation, the delays caused by gentleman's filibusters can seem pointlessly
disruptive to the general public, and the Senate's workings become even less understandable to observers (which, thanks to C-Span, constitute more and more Americans).
It is estimated 25% of the whole budget is raised and then spent in the same place, having being pointlessly
recycled via Brussels.
When you've run off at the mouth and said something pointlessly
offensive, the right thing to do is to say sorry
Political observer Alajdin Demiri considers that Thaci makes fuss about nothing and pointlessly
threatens to exit the negotiations.
He branded the comments "pointlessly
Never has so much venom and angst been expended so pointlessly