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- If I can just figure out some tenuous contextual link…
- ‘But there is a link - however tenuous - between the clubs and the hooligans, whether the clubs like it or not,’ he said.
- But the central idea - that of the unexciting English town staking its tenuous claim to historical distinction - is an intriguing one.
- Today, I shall mostly be counting minutes, and considering the tenuous link between the words ‘delay’ and ‘deadline.’
- Despite the tenuous nature of these links, professionals are obliged to advise and even persuade parents to follow the campaign's advice.
- The NY Times is mentioning a tenuous New York link but most cases have originated in Asia.
- Five of the six miniatures represent couples, three of them in nocturnal landscapes, and their relationship to the text remains distinctly tenuous.
- As the debate has gone on, the arguments have got thinner and thinner and more tenuous from the Opposition.
- The free-association part of my brain works overtime and I can base a wisecrack on the most tenuous of links between this and that.
- But the fact that his confirmation was put on thin ice by such tenuous allegations concerns many activists.
- These comments provide a glimpse into the thinking of a layer of extremely wealthy Hollywood liberals or erstwhile liberals, whose commitment to democratic rights is increasingly tenuous.
- Yes I know the links to Enron are tenuous at best, but since when has that stopped various newspapers.
- W.B. Yeats connection with the house is tenuous indeed and hangs by the slender thread of his infatuation with Con and Eva.
- Every night, it seems we read of yet another instance of a local trader virtually forced out of business by the hike in car park charges or, however tenuous the link, the introduction of car parking charges during the evening.