“It was competent and workmanlike but its shopping list of initiatives recalled his duller budgets.”
“Then there's a kind of duller brilliant writing that you get in Battlestar, where the overarching idea, the plot, the sheer weight and momentum of the story is the thing that excites me.”
“It's entirely understandable and even maybe adaptive if Far Right Wingers (a la The Bell Curve) adopt arrogant airs (arrogance seems to be a typical dominance display) if their daily routine demands dealing with "duller" sorts.”
“As an appreciator of Regency literature, I must differ with a recent press release's claim that author Seth Grahame-Smith's additions have "spruced up the 'duller' moments in the book.”
“In 1799, the English surgeon, Charles White, wrote An Account of the Regular Gradation of Man, in which he linked the thick skin of Negroes to a "duller" sense of touch. "[p. 19] Others extrapolated from this dull sense of touch to claim that blacks lacked an" aesthetic capacity "[p. 19] and, thus, were savages requiring brutal treatment.”
“I trust the analogy is obvious, even to the duller sort.”
“Last night, after dinner, Spooky and I watched the second episode of the remake of V, which was, if anything, even duller and possessed of less promise than the premiere.”
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“Oh, and by the way, Tatiana returns to Mexico to a presumably duller life, having had her fill of Berlin after the mugging experience.”
“So, apparently in an attempt to prove exactly how boring I can truly be, I blogged in-depth about my sinuses over at that blog that thinks I'm duller than a post.”
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