Steadfast in his convictions and imperturbable under pressure, Mr. Miller was the ultimate iconoclast.
Wall Street Journal (Nov 18, 2011)
Beyond espionage, any public figure who combines grandiose ambition, perceived malign purpose and memorable idiosyncrasy will eventually be likened to a “Bond villain”.
The Guardian (Sep 28, 2012)
My creditors, whose insulting illiberality could only be equalled by their unbounded impositions, hourly assailed me.
The findings from this group illuminate the profound ways that dairy products have shaped human settlement on the continent.
Nature (Jul 31, 2013)
Schoenberg died in 1951, 17 years after having immigrated to the United States, and his study at home in Brentwood, Calif., remained intact.
New York Times (Oct 10, 2012)
He said his departure was imminent: he had bought a ticket to Accra leaving on Aug. 15.
New York Times (Jul 19, 2013)
Political prisoners, numbering as many as three or four hundred at a time, have been immured within its massive walls.
Mary Stuart Boyd
So maybe death and taxes are no longer certain, but one thing remains as immutable as the hills.
Salon (May 9, 2011)
Gradually, almost imperceptibly, our material environment gets better, smarter and lighter.
The Guardian (Feb 17, 2011)
Both have a headlong exuberance, are filled with caustic satire and ultimately show impetuous romance giving way to hard-headed realism.
The Guardian (Nov 22, 2012)
As Singapore has shown, implementing such plans on a widespread scale can dramatically enhance wealth.
Forbes (Jul 31, 2013)
His wife turned a cut-rate apartment in affluent Cambridge into an improvised salon, offering facials at attractive prices.
Washington Post (Jul 17, 2013)
“Company stock was an imprudent, inappropriate and exceedingly risky investment.”
BusinessWeek (Mar 17, 2011)
Since the crisis began, Ireland changed regulations to increase the incentives for domestic pension funds to buy Irish government bonds.
Wall Street Journal (Jul 11, 2013)
In this season the two things are incongruous, a skeletal figure wearing the tunic of an obese pastry chef.
The New Yorker (Sep 17, 2012)
He, apparently, saw nothing indecorous in facts which must shock any other than the most depraved.
Mr. Charles Fox took care to offer only such arrangement as should indemnify him from all risk in the undertaking.
Florence Fenwick Miller
Yet, strange to say, I was not alarmed, but passively indifferent.
Edward Pollock Anshutz
The nascent republic — made up mostly of indigenous Malays, and Chinese, Indian and Tamil immigrants — was not unified by language, history or religion.
Nature (May 15, 2013)
If there is any pressing going on, it’s indiscernible to the naked eye.
The Guardian (Aug 25, 2010)
Analysis of teeth found at archaeological sites, therefore, could help researchers infer demographic information about ancient populations.
Scientific American (May 22, 2013)
Defense attorneys will argue that brain trauma inhibited Russell’s judgment.
Reuters (May 6, 2013)
Nutritionists know that crash dieting is inimical to healthy eating in the long run.
The Guardian (May 20, 2012)
Malzin lost his head, and made many injudicious concessions.
But both countries have a deeper intractable challenge that will, in the longer-term, get worse.
Reuters (Jul 3, 2013)
While some back-channel communications continued on Monday, each side sought to publicly portray the other as intransigent.
New York Times (Mar 28, 2011)
“ Intrinsic motivation will be far more enduring than external incentives.”
New York Times (Sep 18, 2012)
In recent years, courts have invalidated mayoral elections in Illinois and Indiana because of fraudulent absentee ballots.
New York Times (Oct 7, 2012)
We, too, were somewhat tired; but the glorious sight that burst upon us, bathed our spirits afresh in the waters of invigoration.
While some entrepreneurs may have stronger attributes than others, none are infallible.