treacherousness


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For the next decade, at meetings of the Open Market Committee and in more than 100 public speeches, Darryl pounded away at the defects of fine-tuning, the treacherousness of using money market conditions as the primary guide to monetary policy, and the importance of taking a long view, particularly with respect to inflation.
A second reason to read Hegel has to do with that treacherousness.
Based on a radio play by African Nobel Prize-winner Wole Soyenka, the opera deals with human rights, the abuse and misuse of power, treacherousness, commitment to a cause and persecuted innocence.
Its treacherousness requires enormous skill and concentration - the accountant working in the most stressful of climates, Marlow piloting the ship up an unknown river, the native monitoring the boiler - yet such concentration pays great dividends.