The dancing stopped, and there were bursts of applause, a general hubbub of delight, as Arnoux advanced with his hamper on his head ; the eatables contained in it made a lump in the centre.
By PAM BELLUCK
Researchers found that 3-year-olds diagnosed with autism looked less at people’s eyes when they were babies.
What he unexpectedly encountered at the Rordams’ was as terrible as an army with banner nothing less than a pretty girl fourteen years old.
Like her close ally Ronald Reagan, Thatcher was often attacked for her failure to grasp nuance. After listening to a talk by the distinguished historian Edward Norman, rightly predicting, as Mr. Moore writes, "that the issue of nuclear weapons, which had fallen comparatively quiet since the early 1960s, would soon reappear as a great moral struggle in the West," she declaimed above the hubbub: "I agree with Doctor Norman: we must defend Christian values with the ATOM BOMB."
Mr. Moore also reveals, extraordinarily, that the prime minister was in contact with the Irish Republican Army during the hunger strikes by prisoners in the early 1980s. She always denied this fact, even to herself, hiding behind a piece of casuistry: The contact was through an intelligence officer and was therefore necessarily unofficial.
nothing less than
Definition of casuistry
n. Informal, pl., -bies.
[Alteration of HUSBAND.]
- 発音記号[hʌ'bi][名]((略式))夫, ハズ(husband).