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[USA], Jan 18 ( ANI ): Senior Republican Senator Lindsey Graham slammed US President Donald Trump and Speaker Nancy Pelosi's "sophomoric" back and forth, which recently saw Trump postponing Pelosi's official travel to Brussels, Afghanistan, and Egypt.
One of your readers objects to a headline that called a female wolf a "daughter." He says that use of the word is "sophomoric" because "daughter" applies only to humans ("Wolf's 'daughter' not being attacked," Nov.
[I was] not impressed by [Michael] Nickerson's sophomoric jeering at our leading officer ("Team Justin" in Volume 24 Issue 1, February 2017).
What a complete embarrassment that House committee hearing on Thursday was to the country, which had to suffer through so much drivel, and sophomoric questions asked repeatedly, because members were absent when others were questioning.
In retrospect, my letter of accompaniment seems pretty sophomoric.
Inspired by the sophomoric personals In the back of the New York
With the release of Nicki's debut album 'I Come Alive' still generating quite a buzz in the music industry, including a two-song placement on the 56th Grammy Ballot for Best Pop Solo Performance as well as the inclusion of her track 'Beautiful' on Lifetime TV's highest-rated show 'Dance Moms,' she really raised the bar with her sophomoric effort in 2014, 'Dream Big.'
But the right to be stupid in no way deviates from the right to free speech; it is the right to free speech, a radical notion that guarantees unfettered expression no matter how sophomoric or poorly considered.
The lawyer for the couple has called their actions "anti-social'' and "sophomoric,'' but claimed they were protected by the First Amendment.
Perhaps, it was Zuckerberg's sophomoric sense of humor that led him to create the site as a type of "hot or not" game for Harvard students, where website visitors could compare two student photos side-by-side and let viewers decide who was "hot" and who was "not".
Israel's Education Minister Shai Piron (Yesh Atid) set the Knesset's benches rolling Monday night when his attempt to address the plenum was frustrated--and ultimately doomed--by a sophomoric, uncontrollable fit of giggles, sparked by a double entendre.
This sounds sophomoric, but her presentation of bad attitudes and strange behaviors will enlighten those in doubt.