- n. Plural form of practicality.
“Psychology, by contrast, doesn't deal with what is possible; psychology deals in practicalities and probabilities.”
“But a level-headed consideration of practicalities is in order, not a moralistic, “never forgive, never forget” crusade.”
“The program rejected the word practicalities and suggested "proctolitis" in its place, thereby neatly illustrating my contention that spelling checkers, as reliable aids to cleaning up one's copy, are a pain in the ass.”
“His submission to the demands of financiers and crooked politicians had been, by this interpretation, as innocent as his disregard for what the engineers called practicalities.”
“Kuper said the activists did not seek to stir controversy by leaving from north Cyprus, but that "practicalities" necessitated the choice.”
“I asked Rep. Waters if I could walk with her to her office, and we subsequently spent the next 5 minutes debating the "practicalities" of impeachment.”
“Thursday to consider "practicalities" for the Durban negotiations within a month, Masire said, without elaborating.”
“The IBC questioned the "practicalities" that were preventing the IBA from issuing temporary licences.”
“In September, the British Museum said it would have to delay handing over of the cylinder due to unspecified "practicalities".”
“I am not concerned here with 'practicalities', but rather with the principle of undivided loyalties. spraynasal on Sun, 2006-06-25 22: 09.”
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