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Sports federations are wearyingly eager to pillory the institutions of the EU, most notably its Court and Commission, for their alleged failure to take adequate account of sport's special characteristics, but in fact Bernard, like Bosman before it, is remarkably generous to sport.
Niffenegger's writing can be wearyingly overblown, but she has a knack for taking the romantic into the realm of creepiness, and she constructs a taut mystery around the secrets to be found in Elspeth's diaries and the lengths to which she will go to reunite with her younger lover.
They are wearyingly old: the trite paradigm of the displacement of the style and old decencies of the Big House by the more intimate and mean repressions of the Roman Catholic Church.
Allowing her team's wearyingly familiar strong-arm instincts to take over would be damaging for the Democrats in the fall, no matter who gets the nomination.
eccentric or extreme" (18) that Spooner rightly acknowledges as wearyingly endemic to Gothic scholarship.
WHILE Alan Curbishley's post-match mantra was wearyingly predictable, David Moyes was able to sing from a completely different song sheet as he reflected on Everton's best run of results for more than 20 years.
If the postmodern present is an elaborate quotation of the past, we should not be surprised, then, at the end of the postmodern 1990s, to find a novelist reinventing a historical voice that would recreate a world of the past, one whose connection to the present has continued to be a vital one, thereby slipping the chains of the wearyingly theoretical self-consciousness that poststructuralism and postmodernism brought with them.
For Keith Cook, cricket operations manager at Warwickshire, the news that Daniel Vettori has back trouble must evoke a wearyingly familiar sense of dAje-vu.
It mattered because the Second World War would be a wearyingly long conflict, a total global war that would put civilians as well as the military in the front line in ways that meant that Home Front morale was vital to its prosecution.
Kennelhand of the Year Pete Vernon explained the wearyingly long hours, but beamed at the fantastic pleasure the greyhound as an animal gives him - and said he was speaking on behalf of all kennelstaff.
haphazard violence is all too wearyingly familiar in modernity.
After a promisingly creepy start, everything gets wearyingly elaborate, and the film's 113 minutes feel like a small eternity.