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They mistake this for my usual sophomoric humor, but it often provides a chance to tell about the concert in the Ardennes and the universal affective power of music and the arts to covet culture for one world at peace.
Endnotes are lacking; sources are not cited; footnotes refer to sophomoric newspaper articles or movies.
If those who want to protect our economy are "protectionists," what are those who want to sacrifice it to sophomoric economic theories--"sacrificialists"?
this is no principle at all; it's a naked power play, a sleazy, sophomoric trick to expel a Democrat they dislike.
The play may aspire to farce, but a lot of the time it's sophomoric, playing off of well-heeled stereotypes.
Though his arena is very specific Don's poems are not sophomoric expressions of tragedy and triumph.
Clearly enjoying themselves, the Pickups appeared at Oran Mor to promote sophomoric offering Swoon, an album which drew mixed reviews upon its April release.
I was slightly bothered by your letter because of the disrespect and sophomoric attitude you have shown towards our country's etiquette.
Sophomoric urban myths, harmless shenanigans, and the free-love legacy of 1970s psychedelia provide her with a lightweight arsenal to pursue her weighty course.
Despite its sophomoric moniker, Twitter is really a business tool, she said, which can be used to build a community around shared interests.
One is reminded of the sophomoric President George W.
It's been a long time since I expected anything other than glossed over, sound bite journalism from the mainstream media, so Good Morning America's sophomoric May 28 "report" titled "Does Telemedicine Work?