And in a curiousway, it has turned out to be just that.
Why George W. Wouldn't Hack It as a CEO One of the curiousthings about what Jake Weisberg aptly calls the "Do Dim Bulbs Make Good Presidents?"
In the end, Mayakovsky is stuck in a kind of zoo, where curiouspeople come to watch him do unhealthy things.
This book has been specifically designed to guide the curiousvisitor to the myriad aspects of the “real Japan” — whatever that might be.
Another curiousfinding of this study is that widening of the vertebral arch occurs with either the GABAa agonist muscimol or the antagonist bicuculline.
(Lily gossips some with her sister, an annoyingly perky single creature, but goes on and on about her fears of dating with her daughters; Rick mostly keeps things to himself, but is interrogated by curiouschildren.)
The novelist Tom Mallon, who has written a book on diaries and is working on a book about letters, e-mailed me: "I like Dawn Powell, though she's now one of those writers in the curiousposition of being known more for her life than her work.
A curiousaspect of RP was (or is) its continual shifting: as soon as some of its characteristics are adopted by speakers of a different social or educational class, RP speakers, by consent that could scarcely be tacit, change the rules of the game, coming up with shootin' and huntin'.
Inside is displayed a rather curiouscollection of early German hunting portraits and landscapes, among which can be found some remarkable paintings, in particular a series of panels depicting the Passion Cycle by Lucas Cranach.
I would be curiouswhat you think of this and perhaps about the broader issues of so much personal information sloshing around about Internet users.
The Love Field imbroglio, in fact, has presented the curiousspectacle of House Majority Leader Dick Armey arguing that increased competition will threaten the region's economic health, an odd conclusion from Congress' most fervent supporter of free markets.
Someone with a curiousnature, an acute sense of style, a level of sophistication that matches our own, and a quick and agile wit.
Morris' career has developed the curiousquality of a plea bargain in reverse.
Johnson: "By a curiousparadox Richard Nixon was one of the very few people who emerged from the Watergate affair with credit."
These details are not likely to affect the usefulness of the book, however, and it contains curiousitems like the pronunciation of Roh Tae Woo , S. Korean leader: /no\?\ te\?\ wu\?\/ following which it was deemed wise to put a “sic.” It seems that in the southeastern US words beginning with shr- are pronounced as if spelled sr- , something I never knew.
Other than the snippets of concert footage and a few curiousglimpses, it's a mishmash of drug-addled camera confusion.
Helms benefits from a more curiousphenomenon: the vagary of the news cycle.
The Thin Red Line has a curioussound-scape, as the noise of battle frequently recedes to make room for interior monologues and Hans Zimmer's bump-bump, minimalist New Age music.
There is a theory that the curiousexpression (from the Bible), It is harder for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven than for a camel to go through the eye of a needle results from a misreading of the original: the original, it is said, has a word meaning `rope,' not `camel,' which makes sense (to me).
(Bogason's dictionary is notable for another curiousfeature: the entry for the word disappear was somehow omitted, or perhaps it simply disappeared.
These curiouskids from Harley Street School in Masterton do, and soon so will school kids from around the world.
(An archaeological aside: The entwining of Bible, printing press, and popular literacy reveals itself in a curiousfact from the New World.
We had an interesting lunch break having the company of some curiouscattle.
The oddest thing about the job is not its limitations but the curiouscaricature that illustrates each column.
About 4 km (2.5 miles) north of Viñales, the Cueva del Viñales is a curiousbar and disco carved out of a cave; amazingly, it’s open 24 hours.
The word serves well in describing the curiousconcept of a logical impossibility.
In other cases, like the soft-drink industry, a curiousconfluence of taste distinctions and brand identification makes meaningful challenges difficult to imagine.
to leak.” These are both quite correct, of course, but their juxtaposition could create a curiousconfusion.
I am a good looking bi curious guy in Chch looking to meet a bi curiouscple.
In Pokémon, you play a "trainer" of "pocket monsters"--cute, curiouscreatures with magical powers.
A curiouscompetition is held in Wasdale each November.
The occasion was Cornell's discovery of a curiousbox by Max Ernst, La femme cent têtes , that consists of collages made out of snipped and pasted cuttings from 19 th century engravings, fitted wickedly together to form a semipornographic narrative.
Nearby stands La Casa del Rey Moro (The Moorish King’s House), which is a curiouscombination of the water mine and gardens designed by the French landscaper Jean Claude Nicolas Forestier in the 1920s.
Take the very curiouscolumn by Roger Smith, Variety's financial columnist, in the most recent issue of that magazine.
This is a curiousbook.
Virginia's early years were drenched in book chat, but otherwise not so different from other crowded, stifling Victorian youths: The children had a swarm of spinster aunts, curiousanimal-inspired nicknames like "Ape" and "Marmot," and not a moment of privacy.
The curiouscollector of Southern folk usages of this type need only consult the Oxford English Dictionary for enlightenment about the origin and the longevity of language.
Michigan is also celebrated as the "Water Wonderland," because it has "four times as much water-covered area as any state," a curiousboast, giving the impression that by the second paragraph, Dunbar is straining to find nice things to say.
German Qingdao suffered a curiousfate during World War I. Japan, which joined the Allied forces, invaded the city, imprisoned the survivors of the German garrison, and occupied Qingdao for the duration of the war.
In her 2 years at Oktobor she has created a stable (on a very curiousfarm) of animated characters: V's termites, the NZ Arts Festival kiwi, and NZ Army's Virtual Viv.
By curiouscoincidence, this fairy-tale conjunction of appealing nymphets and gory murder is currently the subject of an unusual show at the Museum of American Folk Art in New York: an exhibition of eccentrically magnificent watercolors by the late painter and writer Henry Darger.
The Thunderbird, Desert Inn, Sahara, Sands, and Riviera hotels were erected during this period, luring a curiousclientele drawn by tales of all-night partying, exclusive entertainment, and cheap accommodations.
Up the coast, Le François is a curiousblend of typical wooden homes and modern apartment buildings spreading down toward a pretty bay and a lazy marina.
He was an older man, this baker, and he wore a curiousapron, a heavy thing with loops that went under his arms and around his back and then crossed in front again where they were tied in a very thick knot.
This superficiality led to a number of curiousfindings being determined by the inquiry and even more curious recommendations.
Too much disturbance by curiousfingers.
One curiousexample by Junya Watanabe is a flat shoe draped and upholstered in rose and gold brocade, so that each foot becomes a rich little shoe-shaped cushion at the nethermost point of the body.
This doesn't mean that the bond market is any less efficient than the stock market, though it does seem a bitcurious.
Then she answered me and said, "Again thou artcurious about such matters."
I am a good looking bicurious guy in Chch looking to meet a bi curious cple.
Anyonecurious about technical linguistics will take delight in Wescott's comments on The Phonology of Proper Names in English.
Whether you're a beginner or an expertcurious about the latest carving technology, Mt Hutt's rental staff have the expertise to help you out.
It is not in the slightest way suggested that picking up citations from other works is in any waycurious or reprehensible—anyone would be a fool to research any subject without relying on the scholarship that has gone before—but one would have expected the DARE to be found among books like Farmer and Henley's Dictionary of Slang and Its Analogues , Chapman's New Dictionary of Slang , Wentworth and Flexner's Dictionary of American Slang , and the others listed.
Whatcurious timing for such imagery given the heedless disregard to children's welfare one can assume from the Cell Towers policies.