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In bed, writes Ernaux somewhat confoundingly, "nous avons presque tout fait de ce qui peut se faire.
Confoundingly, he also gets pestered by Mexican authorities, who seem to think anyone with California plates has heaps of money and merits a good search and shakedown.
Practice not being in a hurry, and discover how confoundingly out of place it is, yet how wonderfully regenerative.
The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) strives to contain and thus comprehend Jewishness, which it otherwise confoundingly reinforces and repudiates.
Yet when he confronts her in London, Sarah is confoundingly alive and in command of her own life.
As Fiss' book illustrates, however, the lessons are hidden in a confoundingly complex debate about origins and influences.
But this is a curiously leaden birthday present to a confoundingly lively magazine.
4) Certainly, it has been known since Weizenbaum's surprising experiences with ELIZA that a test based on fooling people is confoundingly simple to pass.
Twice she confoundingly asserts that her husband was smarter than she (pp.
Even more confoundingly, we listen whenever stars are interviewed on TV on their views on love, sex, child care, education, extrajudicial killings, the best songs and films, live-in arrangements, what clothes to wear or medicines to purchase, which came first, the chicken or the egg, ad infinitum!
93) After vigorously asserting that the historical scope of the constitutional doctrine was determinative, the Giles Court confoundingly used these modern evidence references as authority.
In the other (and naturally, red trunks) are those who thrill to popcorn fare, while rejecting anything with subtitles along with confoundingly (lense episodic dramas like "The Wire" or