10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GINGERLINESS»
Discover the use of gingerliness
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to gingerliness
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Sketches (personal and political) in the House of commons, ...
Every writer who has touched upon this topic and every speaker, except himself,
who has approached it in Parliament, has done so with a gingerliness and
tenderness which do credit to their prudence but injustice to their judgment. Our
... troubles without danger of a disheartening rebuff; this with a grieved look upon
his dark pleasant face, and a great many bows and much gingerliness. Royal
asked him, of course, or it would n't have been Royal, what was the trouble now.
The Moral Picturesque: Studies in Hawthorne's Fiction
Black suggests evil and concealment, the use of a glove suggests concealment
and perhaps gingerliness and caution. The sexton, unable to ignore these
sinister indications, alludes to them in some characteristic Puritan wordplay.
Satan, he ...
Why Conservative Churches are Growing: A Study in Sociology ...
It is precisely because of the inherent fierceness of religious conflict that
governments have learned, by sad and bitter experience, to handle it with utmost
gingerliness. The Elizabethan Settlement introduced a novel though qualified
Religion and Violence in a Secular World: Toward a New ...
Such memory does not signify a return of the repressed so much as a logic of
identification with the syntactically informed and forbidden — what repression
theorists from Nietzsche to Freud with a certain gingerliness termed the "uncanny
Does the Law Morally Bind the Poor, Or, what Good's the ...
But there is sometimes a certain gingerliness in recognizing that denying rights to
, or imposing legal burdens on, the homeless is not a class-neutral policy. In one
of the most interesting recent homelessness cases, the restrictive ordinance at ...
From Particular to General Linguistics: Selected Essays, ...
Equally noteworthy is the record of semantic lacunae; one looks in vain for Italian
counterparts of, say, 'delicacy, gingerliness, tidiness, tenderness, sweetness', or,
at the opposite end of the line, 'bitterness, moroseness, garrulousness, avarice, ...
The Glorious Revolution in America
To support his gingerliness he dug up an old Order in Council of twenty years
before which expressly commanded no cessation and assumed it was still in
force.20 He would be a great loser by it, he told Blathwayt, but, of course, would
yield if ...
The Sounds of Capitalism: Advertising, Music, and the ...
... this occurred during the Great Depression, when advertisers and advertising
agencies gradually abandoned the gingerliness with which they treated
audiences at the beginning of the radio era: “Hard times meant a hard sell,”
writes Stephen ...
Selling Hollywood to the World: U.S. and European Struggles ...
51 Orson Welles's film The Stranger (1946) is a surprising exception to this
gingerliness about the Holocaust in its fictional portrayal of a fiendish SS officer
called Franz Kindler who escapes to Connecticut and, posing as Charles Rankin,
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «GINGERLINESS»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term gingerliness
is used in the context of the following news items.
Over the top: Redemption of a classic
Sure, it's no Autobahn, and there is still a surfeit of determined speed bumps that need to be surmounted with utmost gingerliness. «Financial Express, Jun 15»
Ronald Reagan Day
Such gingerliness is mistaken. True, riding cultural waves feels craven, like taking credit for good weather. But good leaders are good surfers, ... «OUPblog, Feb 14»
The Laughs Drown Out the Creaks
... been properly refrigerated—an early and comparably small catastrophe—Saunders recovers himself with the gingerliness of a man handling ... «New York Magazine, Apr 10»
“All will be done again as it was in far-off times”
... if they are honest, will contemplate the Mexica pantheon displayed at the British Museum exhibition with a slight gingerliness: Huitzilopochtli, ... «New Statesman, Oct 09»