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The former Coventry keeper will return with more than most to prove, but everything to gain after spending every second of the Italian's eight games to date sitting impotently on the bench.
Pardew stood impotently on the sideline as his side imploded, and one fan among a crowd of 52,351 made his feelings clear when he hurled his scarf towards the 51-year-old.
It had all begun impotently but the climax came in the form of two explosive gems - Say Hello Wave Goodbye and T-Rex's Hot Love.
This tendency to inertia can, however, be offset, firstly, by a strong sense of wanting to fix what went wrong when the party was previously in government; secondly, by an appreciation of the urgency and the public salience of particular issues; and, finally, by a willingness to adapt strategically to the policies of the current government rather than impotently rage against the dying of the light.
In another one of his quietly intense performances, he plays Calles as a leader out of his depth, seething impotently at each new report of Federaie humiliation.
But Brennan's truncated treatment of that novel elides its significance in the tale and he hence does not recognize its ongoing resonance in ensuing works, as when The Comedians asserted thirty years later that teleologies like Catholicism and communism are better suited to confront manifestations of evil than liberal "established societies" that are impotently indifferent to injustice, having on their hands not blood but "water like Pilate."
He manifested potently (impotently) what he subtly demonstrated in both Proust and Kafka: that place at which weakness and genius coincide?
Imagine if the Jerde scheme turned out to be just as disastrous a mistake - the entire city centre will be a tacky wasteland and our elected representatives will be saying impotently exactly what Coun Mutton is telling us now.
I think it would be far better to leave the EU now rather than sit back and watch the crews in charge of the countries concerned impotently twiddling their thumbs and umming and arring rather than waiting until our already damaged economies have bled dry to prop up others and the oncoming disaster grows ever worse.
The stalls were out of commission; I was caught on the hop and watched impotently as the horse strode to victory from a flag start.
Raising children is tragedy in slow motion, as you impotently watch them escape your loving clutches.