Biden went on to allude to Mr.
“I do not allude to you, my boy.
Others allude to history in more subtle ways.
“Never did he once allude to the history of the magazine,” a former staffer said.
And once onboard, CloudKitchens employees can only opaquely allude to the company in their LinkedIn profiles.
He seemed to allude to those allegations, frequently denied by France, as he spoke to the gathering on Monday.
Lenker’s lyrics often allude to nature, and she toggles between straightforward narratives and more imagistic lines.
"They allude to unrealistically tight time frames for renovations and cost estimations pulled straight from thin air," he said.
Cummings, who died last week at age 68, “pushed back against the abuse of power,” she said, appearing to allude to the last great fight of Mr.
If you watch the short video above, you’ll notice that many of the teenagers allude to how their backgrounds have shaped their politics and values.
Paradigm rules of this sort will themselves allude to repeatable elements of the context, identifying which of these elements is the referent for which sort of term.
It will also allude to the Duke of York's decision to step down from royal duties earlier this year after an interview he gave to the BBC about his relationship with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Representative Jimmy Gomez, Democrat of California, whose office received the whistle-blower complaint, appeared to allude to it on Thursday morning at a House Ways and Means Committee hearing with Alex M.
The assemblage of crumbling buildings remaining on the island allude to its history, which includes roles as a prison camp during the Civil War, a psychiatric hospital, a tuberculosis sanitarium, a homeless center and alcohol and drug treatment centers.
"Considering that the ancient sources allude to the use of the Piletum by priestesses and ladies, one cannot exclude the possibility that this could have been a chariot used for rituals relating to marriage, for leading the bride to her new household," he said.
Instead of the formidable dark-toned setting of its former glory, the new La Scala features a poolside dining room that’s stylishly painted in splashes of red and black, and decorated with terracotta-patterned armchairs that allude to the bygone Sukhothai kingdom.
Some forty years after Du Bois wrote “Sociology Hesitant,” he appears to allude to the earlier, then unpublished essay; indeed, he reflects at length on the argument of the essay, suggesting that it marked the beginning of a shift in his “whole attitude towards the social sciences” (1944, 56):
Appearing to allude to Boris Johnson’s chief aide Dominic Cummings, who took a controversial trip to Durham during the UK lockdown, McKellen said: “One of their people, very close to the centre of power, broke the law so perhaps they were right that there are some people who don’t know how to behave.”
While Mr Smith does not do more than allude to the new world order, his monologue touches on many of the core ideas shared by patriot and anti-government groups: that only via armed self-defence and a willingness to kill or be killed can “patriotic” Americans guard against the tyranny of those in power.
—The difference to which they allude in the rate of duty charged on a cargo of sugar at Antwerp, varying from the duty in the tariff, arises from the facts that in Belgium, in addition to the rate of fixed duty; there are added 16 centimes per franc, called general additional duty, and 6 centimes per franc, called special general duty—thus:
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—The difference to which they allude in the rate of duty charged on a cargo of sugar at Antwerp varying from the duty in the tariff arises from the facts that in Belgium in addition to the rate of fixed duty there are added 16 centimes per franc called general additional duty and 6 centimes per franc called special general duty—thus