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Comparing the regimes lays bare the muddiness inherent in the trademark system.
Nelkin does well when swimming through the ocean of material, but as a reader I found myself drowning in details and the muddiness of replies and counter-replies.
In Noir, as with every one of Robert Coover's books, there is a need to read each sentence carefully, to stay with it as it were, rather than getting ahead or going back because of accelerations due to plot or psychological concern that might slow the reading, turning sentences in on themselves, and into a mire of heavy-footed muddiness.
Treasury's efforts to expunge this muddiness from substantiality
The dominant support is mud and muddiness is generally a property of rocks deposited in quiet water and a low energy environment.
The collection of smaller canvases on the other hand, did not share the same muddiness of watered blackness of the larger pieces.
When she put it to her nose she had the impression that she could smell, along with the tartness of the sun and the metallic muddiness of the river, also the salty scent of his sweat.
If you are distracted by the shimmering muddiness of the video image, it may take a moment to realize that neither of the performers is actually holding an instrument.
The river is certainly a noble stream, though the same muddiness of water that characterises the Bay takes off from its picturesque appearance, though the eye is more caught by the banks, radiant with many coloured flowers and verdant with grass than by the yellow waters that roll silently below its gaze.
Of course, our tax-incentivized world muddies up all of this, but it is important not to allow that muddiness in until we understand what is at stake.
The effect of muddiness of water in a deep basin type solar still on distillate out put was studied by S.