“These two slow middle-aged men, without any intuitions, who were coming lumbering after her through all kind of muddles of evidence and argument, exasperated the more rapid woman.”
“It's going to be a market that kind of muddles its way up," Singer said.”
“Ill-conceived, mass-produced muddles croque monsieur spring rolls! leave one agog and a-gag.”
“He still talks regularly to his friends on the kibbutz -bombarding them with questions about communal living as he muddles his way through the nascent bureaucracy here.”
“Now what muddles all of this is that then the geneva convention its own definition of POW status.”
“The Idaho statute muddles the concept of legal separation, and there is no clear case law on the issue.”
“The media muddles stories, filled with inaccuracies, and Congress is incapable of any logic whatsoever.”
“The watermelon's 92% water, 8% sugar weight-breakdown blends and muddles better than any citrus or melon selection, and leaves drinks looking mighty purdy: If a smile had a color it'd be watermelon in hue.”
“Inventory depletion today could bring higher prices early next year, assuming Europe muddles through its debt crisis.”
“Dr Fraser's article muddles up two completely different spheres – individual and social ethics.”
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