“It does the nation little good for Obama and Pelosi to push for desperately needed reforms while the American Senate dawdles, blunders, blusters, stalls, and delays action.”
“An east wind blusters round the summit of Craig y Garn.”
“The stunning artwork, often including full-page panels, centers around the adventures of Lord Cockswain as he blunders and blusters through various alien landscapes, such as Venus, devastating the locals with his weapons and his ignorance.”
“Flanked by his adult children --- who never, ever challenge or contradict their dad -- Trump blusters, boasts and bulldozes his way through each episode, especially in those riveting boardroom confrontations, where it's celebrity against celebrity and Trump against all.”
“Meanwhile, Obama blusters and bullies, and Ms Bair laments the fact that businesses are not borrowing as they should.”
“Mr. Chavez has closed the border, costing Colombia billions of dollars in lost trade, and often blusters about going to war with Bogota.”
“Plot is the curse of serious drama," blusters George Bernard Shaw in Hugh Whitemore's three-character play, "The Best of Friends.”
“The latest version from the banking and Wall Street bloats along with their Republican blusters always goes something like this: "Regulation will add a layer of rules that will stifle business ...”
“And we learned even before the cable 24/7 news cycle and reality programs that he who blusters the loudest, most often wins.”
“He blusters his way through meetings, pretending he knows more than he does and gets belligerent when he thinks people are questioning his competence.”
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