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The Premier League are unwilling to impose one, so the Football Association - long concerned about boardroom brainlessness - must seize the moment and flex its muscles.
University staffs have contributed to this servile brainlessness by embracing the political correctness of the day.
But the nadir of Greek brainlessness and criminal right-wing ineptitude came with the junta and the coup against Makarios that triggered the Turkish invasion of 1974.
But with one of Hollywood's most acclaimed directors at the helm, a cast boasting Oscar-winners and knights of the realm,and a storyline based on a novel that has become a publishing phenomenon, it would have taken serious brainlessness to turn such exceptional ingredients into anything less than a feast.
Bell notes that "the Berlin Academy had been slowly dying of brainlessness for forty years when Euler .
43) This brainlessness, and the all-pervasive influence of Catholicism, Kinsella remarked to John Haffenden, 'hardly counted as an influence' because 'it was a reality like oxygen'.
That the third in line to the throne has inherited the insufferable arrogance of his father and the painful brainlessness of his mother.
Free State Ireland by its very nature, surmised O'Faolain, resisted the writing of novels: 'In such an unshaped society there are many subjects for little pieces, that is for the short-story writer; the novelist or the dramatist loses himself in the general amorphousness, unthinkingness, brainlessness, egalitarianism and general unsophistication' (The Dilemma, pp.
And short of complete brain-fade, the disease that ails most boy racers with too much bravado and brainlessness for their own or anybody else's good, the car is the embodiment of safety-fast.
Most of us were outraged by what we took to be the brainlessness of the judge or case-worker or lawyer--not to mention the birth parents--who made misery of these children's lives.
He felt he had so much insight now into his essential brainlessness that he was really quite smart about that" (201-2).