Two recent events further highlight Snyder's imperiousness
In the interim, he turned his own greatest weaknesses - his tendencies to dissociation and imperiousness
- into his greatest strengths at his moment of most acute need.
In the interim, he turned his own greatest weaknesses - - his tendencies to dissociation and imperiousness
- - into his greatest strengths at his moment of most acute need.
And I have added my voice, for what it is worth, whenever possible to the world community's outrage over the imperiousness
of the empire and its casual trampling of basic rights and shared universal ideals and values over the years.
In 1923, he and the Woolfs part ways because of his imperiousness
and their impatience.
with reluctance" such that "exercise of the power may be characterised more by discretion than by imperiousness
I was one of his defenders, was frustrated and angered by the vagueness of the charges and the maddening imperiousness
of the administrators who, after much prodding, finally deigned to talk to the track team.
McCarthy goes on to present convincing evidence that these circumstances reinforced a certain imperiousness
of manner that Barbauld absorbed from her own mother, and likely inherited as a behavioural trait, against which she struggled her whole life to balance compassion, tolerance, and patience (22-23).
, jealousy, and insatiable hunger for attention and
of mind, inducing blindness to embodied sociality, follows from obliviousness to how easily the sources of self-presentation can be tagged.
The dragon, which symbolizes traits ranging from strength and self-assuredness to imperiousness
and brashness, reigns from this January until Feb.
In the new Holmes adventure, A Game of Shadows, his imperiousness
is hard to distinguish from boredom, and he seems to be in a hurry to spit out his lines, take his lumps, throw his punches and collect his paycheck.