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He was the one intelligent man on twenty unintelligent committees--on every sort of subject, from the reform of the Royal Academy to the project of bimetallism for Greater Britain.
He built his apparatus himself in the safe privacy of the great Crystal Palace sheds, with the assistance of inattentive workmen, and the day next following his flight he took it to pieces single handed, packed certain portions, and then secured unintelligent assistance in packing and dispersing the rest.
She was a practical woman, a domestic wife for an inferior poet, endowed with romantic beauty by some freak of unintelligent Nature.
And it might have been the tenacity, the unintelligent tenacity, of the man who had persisted in throwing millions of other people's thrift into the Lone Valley Railway, the Labrador Docks, the Spotted Leopard Copper Mine, and other grotesque speculations exposed during the famous de Barral trial, amongst murmurs of astonishment mingled with bursts of laughter.
But when to their feminine rage the indignation of the people is added, when the ignorant and the poor are aroused, when the unintelligent brute force that lies at the bottom of society is made to growl and mow, it needs the habit of magnanimity and religion to treat it godlike as a trifle of no concernment.
He was that terrible type, the Silly Cynic, his aim a caustic commentary on all things and all men, his achievement mere vulgar irreverence and unintelligent scorn.
The servant you have mentioned is the most unintelligent servant in the house, Sir Percival "
He said that my air of unintelligent expectation irritated him.
Speaking with Hiptv in a recent interview, the comedian said Nigeria did not have leaders, self-serving and greed individuals managing the affairs of the country, adding that he was yet to come to terms with how the Nigerian populace could be fed with unintelligent lies every day.
Who cares about the 11 million people still living under the despotic regime Guevara helped erect; the image shines bright, a virtue-signaling beacon for the young, unintelligent, and depraved.
Nobody should have to live like this due to unintelligent idiots who should be locked up and shown right from wrong.
But after struggling to learn simultaneous steps and hand movements for the fast-paced jive, the 42-year-old confessed: "I like to think I am not an unintelligent person, but I just can't do it.