Most had hedged a little with ambiguous
conditions, and now offered resistance; one or two paid at once, and vehemently called attention to the fact; and Mr.
You are the master of my ceremonies," she said to des Lupeaulx,-- ambiguous
words, by which she expressed the annoyance she felt with the secretary for presuming to interfere with her private parties, to which she admitted only a select few.
This is an ambiguous
phrase, and may mean either a forest well
His face was not as square as his son's, and, indeed, the chin, though firm enough in outline, retreated a little, and the lips, ambiguous
, were curtained by a moustache.
Called by Benjamin "furnished man" (der moblierte Mensch), the creature who demonstrates a primitive form of those new ways of taking in and seeing images is the hero of Max Ernst's art, the ambiguous
figure of the "pipe man" (rohrender Mensch) named in the punning, self-referential caption of Ambiguous
Figures--a creature who, outfitted with a laboratory safety mask, inked-on seaweed nose, bulbous Pyrex genitals, and a torso complete with handles to be grasped and cranked, supplants the image of the "touching man" (ruhrender Mensch) and his surefire effects of empathy.
The Tax Court first had to decide whether the code language was ambiguous
: It found it sufficiently ambiguous
to support the positions of both the taxpayers and the IRS.
In his mind, ideas and even the 's' word--style--are fully transmissible, and in conversation, his slow and deliberate speech reveals ambiguous
voices; authority and humility merge to render statements as questions and a surprisingly playful attitude reveals liberal fusions that allow him to freely borrow from antiquity, Mies, Koolhaas, and the (as was) British car industry; as a British eccentric therefore, perhaps Fretton was an ideal choice to design one of the country's latest embassies.
Survey preparation need no longer be a frustrating search between the lines of ambiguous
standards, hoping to divine what the Joint Commission really requires and what they will accept as compliance.
In clear contrast with Michel Foucault's theory of epistemic breaks, Cave identified a number of textual markings which revealed no single turning point but often ambiguous
"traces" of change in historical consciousness.
The brain shows particular sensitivity to facial expressions that convey ambiguous
threats rather than clear ones, according to a new brain-imaging investigation.
Compounds not fully identified by their chemical structure were removed from the collection, ambiguous
representations were eliminated, and thousands of chemical names originating from the laboratory that provided the spectrum were replaced by clearer, more systematic names.
Daly, who has since moved on to a "post-Christian" position, argues that Christianity and Catholicism have contributed to misogyny and patriarchy by propagating an ambiguous
idea of women and portraying them as a second and inferior sex.