Unfortunately, this unreliability
of the Anastasiades' government, has created a problem in the credibility of the country," Papadopoulos said.
It is said to be so insofar as it leaves unclear what unreliability
actually is and fails to distinguish between the narrator's moral and epistemological shortcomings.
in the 20th century first-person novel.
The Chemical Business Association (CBA) today called for the European Commission to extend the REACH preregistration period by six weeks as the result of the persistent unreliability
of the REACH IT system.
The same unreliability
applies during the evening rush hour.
Janet Frame, who was once diagnosed as schizophrenic, perhaps knew better than most writers the unreliability
of the boundaries between the world of physical and historical reality and the fluid, a-temporal world of the imagination.
I find the entire postal service a disgrace, what with late deliveries, unreliability
and cuts to services.
But before I explore this hypothesis, I believe it would be helpful to place the distinction between estranging and bonding unreliability
in the broader context of rhetorical theory's approach to unreliable narration.
A sell of Northampton points is one option given the unreliability
of their kickers, but preference is for a buy of the time of the first Saints try.
Public transport is no consolation for an able-bodied motorist because of its inflexibility and unreliability
An example of this involves Donald Thomson, a memory researcher, who in the 1970s appeared in a television show on the unreliability
of eyewitness testimony.
Indeed, an entire section in a recent US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) determination was written about the unreliability
of Cox's testimony and these assertions, a finding made by both the FDA commissioner and an administrative law judge (5, 6).