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Yet in a volume full of impressive citations to obscure but relevant scholarly works on Islam, she is surprisingly incurious about how religious liberty in America has resulted in a bustling, of ten conflictual pluralist ferment.
Another reason, however, is that the mass media has been shockingly silent, apparently even incurious about what clearly is a huge story with historic consequences.
in at you, cyclopean, cold blue, an incurious malice, slightly veiled by
It was the kind of announcement that begged lots of questions, but Billy is either so incurious, or so used to living alongside killers he was apparently quite happy to leave it at that.
It was the kind of announcement that begged lots of questions but Billy is either so incurious or so used to living alongside killers he was apparently happy to leave it at that.
It was the kind of announcement that begged lots of questions but Billy is either so incurious, or so used to living alongside killers, he was apparently quite happy to leave it at that.
It's an intoxicating mix of contradictions - glamorous and vibrant yet easy going and incurious.
The media can push anything off on our low information, uniformed, incurious public and bombard us with faux news and political diatribe like Edward Klein's recently published book, Blood Feud.
There's more than enough evidence of malfeasance to warrant concern, yet as we've seen with the Urban Institute and Jonathan Gruber, the media are pretty incurious about where all this pro-Obamacare information is coming from.
Ignorant of local economics and landowners, hazy about who the powerbrokers are and how they might be influenced, incurious about the correlations between various development projects and the levels of cooperation among villagers, and disengaged from people in the best position to find answers- whether aid workers or Afghan soldiers - U.
A failure to do so saps energy; it leaves the resulting work as hobbled and corseted as the life of an incurious Victorian bride, the sort to always mind the rules and never go near the bloody chamber.
I have found myself horribly guilty of the kind of short-sighted, incurious prejudice I always spy in everyone else, wagging my finger and raising my eyebrows.