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Record The Premiership show, then watch the action later and fast forward through the ads and inane chat.
(Pushing Inane Spiritual Happenings) award goes to Madonna The devout diva's new album called Defying Gravity, (which is not, as far as I know, a homage to the merits of the Wonderbra) will be released at the same time as a CD documenting her Re-Invention world tour.
The inane offerings on the box most of the time need all the help they can get.
However, since he says I write inane drivel by saying our youngsters are angry over our decision to leave the EU I have to contest where most of the inane drivel comes from.
The hall of fame was established by the International Academy of Nursing Editors (INANE) in 2018 to recognise journals with 50 or more years of continuous publication and sustained contributions to nursing knowledge.
Te being the Supreme Court spokesperson, his pronouncements, no matter how inane, bear the presumption of being the Court's official stand.
IT is hard to imagine that an MP, Mr Hepburn should be given so many column inches in your paper to conduct a childish, vacuous inane political tirade!
We must not shut down debate by inane shouts of "Islam-aphobia".
As an unintended outcome of the effort to expand open access to scholarly material, the publishing world now has to contend with new challenges around what academic librarian and blogger Jeffrey Beall (in his blog Scholarly Open Access, available at http://scholarlyoa.com/) has termed "predatory publishers." In August 2014, participants at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the International Academy of Nursing Editors (INANE) in Portland, Maine, concerned with the potential for inadvertent submissions to these journals as well as the citation of questionable manuscripts in legitimate publications, agreed that it was time to raise awareness and educate our constituent communities about the potential detrimental effects of this emerging phenomenon.
Through the years, the International Academy of Nursing Editors (INANE) has made a special effort and commitment to keep its members informed about the unethical practices of predatory Open Access (OA) publishers.
As an unintended outcome of the effort to expand open access to scholarly material, the publishing world now has to contend with new challenges around what academic librarian and blogger Jeffrey Beall (in his blog Scholarly Open Access) has termed "predatory publishers." In August 2014, participants at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the International Academy of Nursing Editors (INANE) in Portland, Maine, concerned with the potential for inadvertent submissions to these journals as well as the citation of questionable manuscripts, agreed that it was time to raise awareness and educate our constituent communities about the potential detrimental effects of this emerging phenomenon.
TODAY'S esteemed PISH award (Politician's Inane, Shallow Haverings) goes to one half of that dynamic duo, Vatman and Dobbin.