His lawyer Perpetua Dube argued that the charges are too vague and should be dropped. Aristotle's terminology in this aspect of his theory was deemed vague and in many cases unclear, even contradicting some of his statements from On Interpretation. He had caught the contagion of her mood and vague alarm swept him. Criteria for bringing someone before the Revolutionary Tribunal, created March 1793, had always been vast and vague. I know they are talking about open relays, but is it vague enough to also mean remailers, anonymous mailers and disposable email services are now illegal.
He was invisible, and, with a vague fear, the Tory strode to Mr. Good, bad and indifferent, all alike, are squandering the capital of the wild life as fast as they can, though the legitimate interest of it would soon yield far better returns if conservation was to replace the beggaring methods in vogue to-day. This gloom, hedging him on every side, troubled him with a vague fear. It may be essentially doubtful whether this is a red shape because it is essentially doubtful whether this is red, although beyond doubt that it is a shape. She packs bag and baggage and leaves with a vague address for a relative in the big city.
One single fact may make a law appear, where a multitude of imprecise and vague observations would only produce confusion. We were all eager by this time, even the policemen and stokers, who had a very vague idea of what was going forward. On the very next morning vague rumours began to circulate in the markets. Lesser lawyers who were vague in oral argument faced a barrage of sarcasm or, if he agreed with them, constant chiding to do better. I have a vague feeling that these different kinds and genres of rants will keep coming and going as this post progresses.
The old woman's memories of the event are quite vague because it happened so long ago. It was just a vague feeling: a sense that a page had turned and needed to be marked. It was only by an effort that he shook off the vague feeling of guilt. The definition of the cause was vague, but the thought itself was no mere morbid artificiality of sentiment but a genuine conviction. Your kids can try to identify parts of speech in sentences with multiple uses of a single word, with the ultimate example being: Will Will will the will to Will? Chris thought of the speech pathologist, Jennifer, with pique and vague groinal stirrings.
For example, consider the question, 'How many members of your household work? There is nothing vague, imperfect, or disproportioned about him. The first of our vague but indubitable data is that there is knowledge of the past. She's a vague, chinless, pale-eyed creature, who talks through her nose and breathes through her mouth. Post-9-11 cocooners are cooking, knitting and decorating their homes like there's no tomorrow, perhaps to quell a vague sense that maybe there won't be. The vague description Gliniewicz had radioed in - two white men and a black man - didn't help. Greenspan cultivated an oracular air, his utterances vague and technocratic yet hinting at shamanistic powers. All verse should be tinklesome and vague, and so written that it cannot offend any known or possible variety of fool who can raise the price of a magazine.
It's too vague and so it doesn't tell broadcasters in advance, in a way they can truly understand, what's permissible and what isn't,'' Berman said. Show More Sentences I had a vague recollection of saying something of that sort, but to think that a patient was being helped by some throwaway remark of mine was quite humbling. The manager has to keep track of the workers. A sentence fragment does not. This chocolate is too sweet. The thing was too vague and illusive to become a purpose at all. But he also said he was troubled that the language on enrichment was so vague.
However, there is in: Bill went with John to his father's store. The science fiction part is the vague superficial type you would expect in a popular space opera. They usually prefer to keep their goals as vague as possible lest it count against them at the next election. He fed her cat food. Example 1 : When the car hit a tree, it made a terrible noise. Such an impression, for instance, is that of alarm, suggested by some vague sound or odour which is only subliminally perceived.
The vague apprehensions of bypast years reviving at this crisis, some neighbours had been on the outlook for a catastrophe. But the beginning of things, of a world especially, is necessarily vague, tangled, chaotic, and exceedingly disturbing. From my vague remembrances of her, the role of Snow White seemed, at least physically fitting for her. The key is to build the sentences around homographs and homonyms, words that look the same but have different meanings. Fragments : The coach who had arrived for the big game.
Under the arch of her eyebrows, her wide brown eyes glowed with their vague hint of secrecy, their quiet incandescence. Turn to the left at the old mill. Be vague, colourless, and languid, this deters readers from approaching the book. The sea returns Allegro molto e frenetico in full force, and likewise the vague motive of the story in a cadenza of violin solo. We know, however, that both Egyptian and Grecian histories, about the period of Cecrops, are involved in much obscurity and uncertainty particularly as regards dates ; and if, therefore, Cecrops and his foundation of a Pelasgic colony in Attica is a mythological tale, we may justly infer that Greece, owing to the greater antiquity of Egypt, imitated many of the social customs which were in vogue in the ancient and luxurious cities of the Nile. The driving force was still primarily intellectual curiosity, along with a desire to improve my language ability in a non-Western language and some vague idea of doing folkloristic or literary studies in the future. A thousand vague fears, wild expectations, and indigested schemes, hurry through one's thoughts in seasons of doubt and of danger.
As well as being badly written, it is too long, too vague, too pompous, too rhetorical, too unrealistic and too boring. The second askari, his rifle lowered, was staring in vague surmise at his breast, from which protruded a piece of polished wood. Almost two years of apprehension, vague dread, and sheer frustration may be what ultimately gets the ball rolling again. We could just make out the vague form of a person standing before us in the fog. Go around and share answers. I remember the sloppy road in the Weald, and the vague outlines of the South Downs seen in starlight and mist.