Parliament is the place for Brexit’s knotty details to be untangled.
All of which raises the knotty subject of how to receive a gift graciously.
His real motivation was the challenge of figuring out a particularly knotty problem.
He became Uber's chief legal officer in November, and took on knotty problems from the start.
Leave all expectations at the door and give this knotty, genre-defying Swedish folk tale a spin.
Coleman’s classic brand of knotty experimentalism is built on a balance of exuberance and severity.
The most creative among old-guard Democrats have spent recent weeks gaming out knotty scenarios to keep Mr.
He curved his knotty back against me, and we listened as voices rose, anguished, angry, interspersed with wails.
But that's a bit knotty, too: While the Supreme Court upheld an income tax in 1880, another case added a wrinkle in 1895.
Rather than bringing the sides closer to resolution, the knotty details of peacekeeping merely underline how far apart they remain.
Kiarostami and his star Mania Akbari conjure knotty drama out of a series of conversations about marriage, family, religion and sex.
The fact is, for all that rebellious spirit we like to export in our rousing songs and knotty novels, the Irish are an obedient people.
The plot is appealingly knotty, with plenty of characters to weave in and out of the story, and it has a decent grasp of small-town dynamics that transcends its setting.
(The issue can be knotty within states, too: This past week, New York’s governor announced plans to sidestep a resistant State Legislature to give the vote to felons on parole.)
For many Americans, President Obama’s election, made possible in part by the rising strength of nonwhite voters, signaled a transcendent moment in the country’s knotty racial history.
In the face of all these knotty problems, we wanted to bring a panel of experts together to outline some of their fundamental challenges in designing for voice and share their top tips for success.
Ramachandran was still speaking excitedly—he had veered into a knotty digression about the brain’s role in the evolution of language—when he glanced up and realized that we had reached the parking lot.
In videos posted to Facebook, you can see her leading rehearsals with a bustling intensity, demonstrating knotty chord patterns with her voice, then on the keyboard, before quickly moving on to the next thing.
He frowned a little—not at me, but the way he did when confronted by some knotty problem, a crossword puzzle or a tax return or a set of instructions for assembling a piece of furniture which didn’t make sense to him.
Still, the lush sound and iconography of ‘Zhivago’ – that wedding-cake ice palace, those fashion-spread furs – has rather superceded the knotty, compromised politics of its love story, a cruel triangle in which different viewers may find themselves sympathising with different sides.
- making great mental demands; hard to comprehend or solve or believe
- used of old persons or old trees; covered with knobs or knots
- highly complex or intricate and occasionally devious
- tangled in knots or snarls
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