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This stance comes across somewhat murkily because the meaning of these "regional princely associations" is not explored, and different kinds of privileged elites and "politicized estates" (p.
Despite its supposed pragmatic, objective purpose, How We Die turned out to be a deeply, if murkily, personal book.
Along with this thicket of fog, a tall building murkily shone.
Aside from saving mutantkind in a series of stunt-packed explosive set pieces, themes of family - betrayal and loyalty - loom large as once again the subtexts tackle murkily grey issues of racism and tolerance.
For more than a decade, students taking courses in literature, film, "cultural studies," and even, in some cases, anthropology and political science were taught that the world is just a socially constructed "text" about which you can say just about anything you want, provided you say it murkily enough.
Preferring to keep a polite distance from the seemingly unruly collection, all save a handful of intrepid critics have dealt with it murkily, as an obligation at best.
She had waited too long between dances, although back at home, she had put on a disc and danced up a storm, alone on the linoleum floor of the kitchen, unselfconscious and giddy, moony and exhuberant, transparent to the girl who had first danced in the arms of a bulky boy holding her close on a summer afternoon, singing murkily off-pitch into her ear earth angel, earth angel.
While I will not discuss the conceptual history of sovereignty here, for purposes of this essay it is important to recognize, as has been noted recently, that state practices only murkily reflect formal, diplomatic definitions of sovereignty, and sovereignty is often highly conditional and socially determined in practice.
And Barth was among the vanguard writers to seek a synthesis of art and life, itself an imitation of an imitation, thus making of fiction something of a two-way mirror through which one peers murkily.
With SOA and Oracle Fusion murkily emerging, many organizations are happy to sit out this next round of upgrades.
The article in its current, murkily worded formulation will likely restrict the range of expression in Tunisia, and may be used as a convenient vehicle for political and social repression.