As he moves toward the point where he eventually finds himself "ready, with the merest
encouragement, to destroy his life," he raises questions of the nature of art, aging and the world's collective worship of nascence, and beauty.
In addition, it may not be beneficial for taxpayers to liquidate their Roth accounts at the merest
hint that Congress is considering reneging because there would be uncertainty about whether this merest
hint would develop into actual reneging.
hint that the Anfield club are ready to sell their Spanish superstar wi l l s p a r k a pounds 50million chase for his services.
Well, there's an argument to be had, as Prof Smith would put it, but language buffs and pedants will surely bristle at the merest
suggestion of change.
AT the merest
hint of discrimination in any form, we have people voicing their objections and working towards it being removed - and quite rightly so.
If you get into a fretboard frenzy at the merest
hint of a rock riff, then check out Camp Freddy on the net.
In Uganda, the merest
gesture was lifesaving: rehydrating a child or giving them a course of antibiotics.
Oh, when the bird flew off he was the merest
scarecrow, a stumble of
Wood doesn't think we are angrier than we have ever been, or angry more often; he does think we express ourselves more angrily, more often, that at the merest
provocation we act indignantly and speak harshly.
hint he's actually not the most self-obsessed chairman/ owner in the country and he comes out with a scheme to shift Vlad from the top of the charts.
NEW ORLEANS - Less than two blocks from the Gentilly Boulevard entrance to the 37th annual New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival at the city's Fair Grounds - and the first since Hurricane Katrina - there are the merest
of hints of the devastation wrought last August.
2) A bomb placed around an individual's neck that can explode with the merest
sudden movement (a device favoured by some terrorists).