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empty-headedness

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  • Handed the team's starting centerfielder's job last year when an arthritic right knee sidelined Carlos Beltran, Mr. Pagan finished fourth in the National League with his 11 triples but was limited to 88 games because of injuries and often displayed a troubling empty-headedness on the bases and in the field.

    Eager for Puerto Rico's Embrace

  • In it he spoke against ballet's "bag of tricks and the empty-headedness of surface patterns."

    Dance's 'Naughty Boy' at 80

  • Inventive and discursive, quirky and non-linear, she is warmer and more humane than Ashbery, and, for me, more satisfying to read, because she is less intentionally vacant (empty-headedness, about half the time, is a strategy for Ashbery).

    Poetry: What Does It Accomplish?

  • Now, here's what I want to know: have either Paris Hilton or Britney Spears said anything publicly about their names being thrown around and used as examples of empty-headedness?

    McCain Campaign Fuses "Celebrity" Barb With Canceled-Troop-Visit Attack

  • The empty-headedness and inanity of much of the media and political response to the announcement bears testament to that unhappy truth.

    Michael Winship: The Nobel Prize With an Asterisk

  • To Mark Bauerlein, a professor of English at Emory University, the present is a good time to be young only if you don't mind a tendency toward empty-headedness.

    Can U Read Kant?

  • As the discussion on early childhood education gets underway in the new Administration, however, watch for more of this empty-headedness masked as tough talk by the accountability cons.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • As the discussion on early childhood education gets underway in the new Administration, however, watch for more of this empty-headedness masked as tough talk by the accountability cons.

    The Idiots at the Seattle Times

  • That the present political megalomaniacs, may exceed the evils of Adolph Hitler, if not checked, seems a foregone conclusion, which appears to have escaped the empty-headedness of a certain Congresswoman and her dancing puppeteer.

    Iraq and The New World (Order)

  • Interviewed by the Canadian Broadcasting Company's Bob McKeown for the investigative TV broadcast "The Fifth Estate," which devoted an hour-long January 26 special to how U.S. media have been highjacked by conservative bullies, Coulter was berating Canada for not sending troops to Iraq when she displayed her empty-headedness in the following exchange: Click here for more fun.

    "that crazy woman" meets the cbc

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