3 QUOTES WITH «GLIBLY»
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Out of five hundred who speak glibly of love, not one can spell the first letter of his name.
We have a country that wants to believe it is the best in everything, but until all of us embrace the idea that health care should be a right, not a privilege, our system cannot be glibly described as, quote, 'the best in the world.'
And I think people who sort of glibly say, 'Well, you know, they're not going to handle security, UAE is a great ally,' four and a half years ago, they were not an ally, they were working with the enemy, and if those same people are still there today that were there then, these are real serious issues.
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GLIBLY»
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The London Journal: and Weekly Record of Literature, ...
"How," thought Topham Turnbull to himself, “how shall I contrive to get rid of all
those prim, dark-spec— tacled pedants—and how shall I manage a téte-a-téta
with that lovely Lily Brooke? I have it—I have it! Glibly," he said to his man (who ...
The London Journal: And Weekly Record of Literature, ...
perceived the strange gestures of Glibly. Glibly advised Henry to wait till the very
last moment, and then, when he had ascertained in what mrriage the detective
and the young ladies took their seats, to pull his hat down'bver his eyes and his ...
Aestheticism & Modernism: Debating Twentieth-century ...
Mrs Woolf ... is pulling legs, keeping her tongue in her cheek, and winking, now
and then, a quite enormous and shameless wink ... It is a style which makes fun
of a style: it is glibly rhetorical, glibly sententious, glibly poetic, glibly analytical, ...
Richard Danson Brown, Suman Gupta, 2005
It is a style which makes fun of a style: it is glibly rhetorical, glibly sententious,
glibly poetic, glibly analytical, glibly austere, by turns—deliberately so; and while
this might be, and is, extraordinarily diverting for a chapter or two, or for
Robin Majumdar, Allen McLaurin, 2003
Bringing the Devil to His Knees: The Craft of Fiction and ...
And Keneally said, not at all glibly, that the student should try if at all possible to
see the evil that no one sees and that will be, in fifty years, the thing that no one
can believe we did nothing about. I've been haunted by that statement as ...
Charles Baxter, Peter Turchi, 2001
A Santali-English Dictionary
|To talk glibly, to talk Pharpharao.J volubly, to chatter, glibly, trippingly on the
tongue. Pharphare roreda. He talks glibly. PharpharaoKkanae. He is talking
glibly. Pharpharao. ) To tear, to make a long Pharpharao. ) tear, as in cloth.
Witness to Freedom: The Letters of Thomas Merton in Times of ...
... which we talk glibly (Catholics talk glibly about everything Catholic) the one I
hate most to talk glibly about is the mystery of the Holy Ghost given to our souls—
the one I hate next most to talk glibly about is the mystery of Our Lady, the Bride
Disjunctive Poetics: From Gertrude Stein and Louis Zukofsky ...
inforced by verbal and metrical patterns which serve to throw the whole weight of
the poem onto the last word, "glibly." It is really quite brilliantly done, and is a
narrative drawing on unobtrusive lyrical elements: the alternating stress and ...
Reading Genesis in the Long Eighteenth Century: From Milton ...
These pretty superlatives, dropping glibly from the tongue, vitiate the taste, and
create a kind of sickly delicacy that (urns away from simple unadorned truth: and
a deluge of false sentiments and overstretched feelings, stifling the natural ...
The Adventures of Hugh Trevor. 2. Ed. - London, Shepperson 1794
Are you serious-P" said Glibly : staringl " lt is not my Custom to deceive people,
Mr. Glibly; not e-ven to gi-veJ/zem Flee/We," . " I am prodigious glad osthat l"
exclaimed the holy Enoch. "Prodigious glad, indeed 1" ' '' But you 'have owned *it
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «GLIBLY»
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The Unlikely Rise of Omar Sharif
“The international wog, I am,” he once glibly told an interviewer. “I speak five languages, but I don't have a mother tongue. I don't speak one ... «Vulture, Jul 15»
A tale of passion and suspense in the Czech Republic unfold in …
Imagine: our friend, a martyr to the War on Terror,” Henry muses, glibly, early on. But his appreciation for Selma's predicament grows after he ... «Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Jul 15»
EDITORIAL: Arthur on point about economy
So when Mr Arthur joins the debate on the need for reform of Government-owned businesses, his views should not be glibly dismissed by ... «Nation News, Jul 15»
The justification for remakes
This smacks glibly superficial tokenism and it remains to be seen if the film will defy snap criticism. One remake that realigned a film to suit a ... «OntheBox, Jul 15»
KAHLER: You want financial security? Then save a million bucks
It's completely misleading when activists, politicians, and the media refer glibly to "millionaires and billionaires" as if the two are almost ... «Rapid City Journal, Jul 15»
Why you shouldn't worry that Oregon now pays for teens to get …
The hand-wringing coverage glibly made it seem like minors could swap genders at taxpayers' expense without their parents knowing any ... «Mashable, Jul 15»
Judge's anger at £21 per month benefit fraud repayment
“Yet, she can sit here glibly. This is an exceptionally mean offence. There are people suffering and benefit fraud hits at the poorest in society.”. «The Ulster Herald, Jul 15»
Boyfriend or baby?
If you want to get through this without too much heartache, work on those statements you've glibly reduced to afterthoughts. They are the real ... «Boston Globe, Jul 15»
Story Reversed: Whites Joining, Not Attacking, Black Churches
That is, how viscerally this provocative red-and-blue banner -- so often glibly passed off as worthy of regard for reasons of innocent "heritage ... «Huffington Post, Jul 15»
Is it time to bring back bushmeat?
And yet, in Nasi's view, glibly suggesting that bushmeat just be taken off the menu—which Western media is prone to doing—is like saying 'let ... «The Guardian, Jul 15»