She remembers only the vaguest
and most complicated details about it all and her memory brings back scraps of detail that could well be a part of the mental mix-up the accident has caused her.
Hubble images have given only the vaguest
of looks, but Dawn will open up this new world in high resolution.
I had only the vaguest
idea of what these exotic materials were until I read M J Morgan's explanation, and I am glad to hear that Africa may begin exploring and exploiting these resources and challenge China's virtual monopoly in their trade.
Business-bot Paloma however continued to react to the vaguest
sign of human emotion with the blank-eyed stare of the recently body-snatched.
There was not even the vaguest
mention made by either the American Medical Association or the ACP.
It made for painful viewing, not just for England fans, but for anyone with even the vaguest
idea of how to play the game.
WE MAY be loathe to admit it, but most blokes who show the vaguest
of interest in cars are frustrated boy racers at heart.
Do you work for an organization that hasn't the vaguest
idea of what it's doing?
Prior to the tragic events of 9/11, most Americans had only the vaguest
impression of Islam, principally gleaned from Hollywood films and literary novels involving the Crusades.
The pursuit of happiness is vaguest
of things guaranteed in the Bill of Rights.
Summary: Since the beginning of the presidential primaries, the vaguest
and perhaps most abused term in the American political lexicon has been the word "change." Every candidate has claimed the mantle of change, some more credibly than others.
Instead, the text uses the vaguest
wording possible, stating that "emissions must culminate in ten to 15 years' time and then be reduced to very low levels, well below 2000 levels," without referring to the IPCC's work.