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The section on the patristics (Apologists, Clement, Origen, Irenaeus, Tertullian, Cappadocians, Hilary, Augustine) skillfully and succinctly handles material which for most beginning students is highly complex and turgid.
Others will skip over turgid summaries of long-forgotten scholarly debates placed squarely in the body of Richards's text, rather than in the footnotes where they belong.
In a turgid essay, Bell delineates some limitations on Rawlyk's work and argues for the relevance of the Christian Connection in the late Allinite movement.
For many Manhattan businesses braving the most turgid rent climate in the city's history, relocation isn't so much an option as a forced march over the river.
The proposed legal definition is "The showing of covered male genitalia in a discernibly turgid state.
Both sympathizers and those unsympathetic with his work may find irksome the turgid language and grammatical structure.
But in the medium-sized Yerba Buena Theater, looking straight onto the stage, the spatial designs appeared painfully rudimentary rather than modest, and, against the Mahler, the tone of the dance turned turgid.
breast" Depictions or descriptions of "sexual excite meet" are prohibited, defined as "the condition of the human male or female genitals when in a state of sexual stimulation or arousal; or the depiction of covered male genitals in a discernibly turgid state.
Criticized by contemporary critics for its turgid style and convoluted, redundant narration, the book later came to be considered one of the finest in American literature.
Like the majority of Wolfe's work, the novel is uneven in quality, sometimes massive and overpowering, sometimes turgid.
And secondly that ITV's Clive Tyldesley and Glenn Hoddle (right) are truly stoic as they try to inject interest into turgid qualifiers.