10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «STODGILY»
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The 19th International Conference on Industrial Engineering ...
In 1948, Stodgily conducted a study of relevant literature, came to the two main
conclusions that, first, there is no essential difference between leaders and
followers in quality; second, some characteristics are very important which have a
Ershi Qi, Jiang Shen, Runliang Dou, 2013
Autobiography is a true baggy monster, a book in which a distinctive prose style is allowed to develop ... A rococo triumph ... Overwhelmingly this is a book to be thankful for .
How often the eatables are consumed stodgily and in silence ! Songs are sung
as a regulation item of the show, but without zest. It would be far better to have
less oratory, to omit the perfunctory singing and to have more of friendly and ...
sentimental nature, but comes through rather stodgily, with motivations often not
clearly set forth. Psychological aspects depressing. M, Y •kThe Stratton Story (
MGM). June Al- lyson, Agnes Moorehead, Frank Morgan, James Stewart. Director
A Historical Guide to Mark Twain
Twain's moral outlook [in Innocents] is almost stodgily traditional. . . . the heart of
civilization ... is predictably religion and the morality that derives from it."37 Krauth
is surely correct in pointing out what many have obviously missed — yet the ...
Shelley Fisher Fishkin, 2002
Golden Legends: Images of Abyssinia, Samuel Johnson to Bob ...
But Wilfred Thesiger, for one, thought that greater solemnity was called for: “It has
always seemed a pity,” he wrote stodgily, “that Evelyn Waugh, the one person
present with a gift for writing, Barbaric Splendors, Golden Legends: Wilfred ...
A Secret Madness: The Story of a Marriage
Roger seemed annoyingly, stodgily, unaware of anything amiss, sitting there, tall,
broad, rock solid, acutely desirable, unattainable, immersed in the music, content
to cast a sweet smile or two in my direction. Damn Muriel and her ceaseless ...
Confessions of an Amateur Believer
... ever a matter of simply finding an expert who knows the right solution and
accepting it. No, they have to fight it out. And they fight like children, their ideas as
wildly imaginative and their arguments as stodgily logical as only children's
America's Best, Britain's Finest: A Survey of Mixed Movies
True, it's superbly photographed in the air, but somewhat stodgily directed on the
ground. Rattigan's lackluster script generates little excitement. Acting of the
tiresomely stiff-upper-lip variety doesn't help. Strictly for armchair aeronautics.
The Conquest of Canaan
His mouth opened and he gazed stodgily, his widening eyes like sun-dogs
coming out of a fog. He did not recognize her escort, did not see him at all until
they had passed, after which Mr. Flitcroft experienced a few moments of trance,
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «STODGILY»
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Karlovy Vary Film Review: 'Stop'
... story of a Japanese couple whose relationship is thrown into drastic disarray by the Fukushima nuclear disaster is instead a peculiar hybrid: a stodgily earnest ... «Variety, Jul 15»
Dennis Potter: one of the last great masters of vituperation
... his most important TV patron, as a 'delicately elephantine,' 'stodgily inflexible' 'ramshackle anachronism'. Beyond the hard-boiled, sarcastic wit of his invective ... «Spectator.co.uk, Jul 15»
Rockport Music in Glorious Middle Age
The noble Andante unreeled a bit stodgily and dry-eyed; throbbing vibrato did not always equal passion. But ultimately there were power and excitement ... «The Boston Musical Intelligencer, Jun 15»
Lesbian drama fails to live up to initial promise
... is certifiably lovely and famously “hetero,” the extra edge isn't there, and the series is becoming too stodgily melodramatic, rather than envelope-pushing. «Inquirer.net, Jun 15»
Mystery By Jane Austen Relative 'The Incredible Crime' Will Be …
A review in the Times Literary Supplement in 1931 said “the book is of a much higher order,” and stodgily suggested that “Miss Austen-Leigh might consider a ... «Bustle, May 15»
Force Majeure, Cobain: Montage Of Heck, John Wick: this week's …
... Mirren, Ryan Reynolds. 109 mins. A fact-based but stodgily sentimental account of a spirited Jewish woman's battle to retrieve a Nazi-looted Klimt painting. «The Guardian, Apr 15»
The Water Diviner
There's the germ of a great idea in Russell Crowe's stodgily sprawling, old-fashioned epic period wartime drama of family, sacrifice, dogged persistence, ... «Bristol24/7, Apr 15»
30 Days of Online Dating: Still a Little Room for Growth
He's a loud talker, an over-explainer, a bit stodgy...but then he stodgily buys a round for the impromptu musical duo, with such a zest for life, and it's just ... «Huffington Post, Apr 15»
Breaking Down the NFL's Weirdest New Rule Proposals for 2015
It has a stodgy reputation, and that reputation is rooted in how it approaches the world at large: stodgily. Sure, most of the things that'll be discussed are fairly ... «The Cheat Sheet, Mar 15»
Despite an All-Star Cast, 'A Delicate Balance' Is More Maudlin Than …
Now, in the latest Broadway exhumation at the Golden Theatre, stodgily directed by Pam MacKinnon, it's once again a ridiculously overpraised critical cosset ... «New York Observer, Nov 14»