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The "talking points" memo directs Conservative MPs to remain noncommittal on support for Liberal MP Keith Martin's motion M-446, which would put an end to the growing and dangerous abuse of human rights commissions.
That Eric Wesley has distanced himself from institutional critique (characterizing it as "way too serious and noncommittal at the same time") should come as no surprise.
This holds the same principle as our general preference to peruse items in a noncommittal way before making a purchase.
He's been very noncommittal because he wants to keep his options open.
When asked if he'd be interested in gay marriage, personal trainer Andre qualified his noncommittal reply by saying, "Most of us cheat anyway.
When asked if the legislator might one day target other foods on the grounds of cruelty, Panter's office is noncommittal.
Even Pat Leahy, who sided with Feingold at the Judiciary hearings--saying it made no sense to assert that Congress unwittingly approved wiretaps, as the Administration claims--is noncommittal on censure.
One of the participants told the Post the president "was noncommittal on it because he's got other priorities.
Beijing was initially cool to the idea, reports the Times, while "New Delhi remained noncommittal.
Even as the lamb cuddled up, the wolf wore a noncommittal glare.
He seems extremely attentive, perceptive, wary, and noncommittal.