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Scurrilous character assassination in the murkiest political undergrowth can, perhaps, be kept out of sight of voters for long enough for the protagonists to achieve their ambitions.
When gauged against the level of scandals in world sport this will surely be ranked as one of athletics's murkiest moments.
THE LAST month has been the murkiest as far as the Board of Control for Cricket in India ( BCCI) is concerned.
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Michael Sheehy, a Worcester-based internal medicine physician with Reliant Medical Group thinks that pain management is "one of the murkiest.
Despite a different recent study showing that Austria's public administration was one of the murkiest systems in the world, people still ranked public administration, offices and agencies in second place, with 64 percent (60 percent in 2011), followed by justice administration and courts in third place with 63 percent.
He added that where matters typically get murkiest, and most fraught with acrimony, is when the institution has become insolvent.
The murkiest part of the narrative Egan has to tell appears as an unnumbered "Intermezzo" chapter titled "the rise and fall of the theory of memorial reconstruction.
Imagined as representative of a wider social stratum, an unusual episode involving one troubled family became emblematic of what the journalist Carole Malone called "a sub (human) class that now exists in the murkiest, darkest corners of this country [sic]" (in Jones 2011, 22).
It is the project of our age, one that resists narrative, one that overwhelms narrative; one that is ultimately impossible to narrate fully, namely to traverse that place that human beings traverse at the soul's murkiest.
He examines the murkiest period in Lenin's and the party's history, from his defeat at a plenum of his Central Committee in January 1910 to the outbreak of the First World War.
In our first few substantive conversations, as in our many discussions of literary merit since that time, whether in job searches or joint evaluations of graduate student work or on those occasions when I was asked my opinion of a submission to Studies in Romanticism, I never ceased to be amazed by David's ability to get to the heart of even the most complex and recondite argument, or to retrieve a pearl of wisdom from the murkiest depths of terminological--and often grammatical--obscurity.