And most glaringly, the fabulously wealthy woman professing to shoulder the burdens of the poor.
The glaringly obvious reason is that, upon her election to Parliament in April 2012, Suu Kyi became a politician.
He did specify a few changes—which apply only to legal immigrants and which are glaringly beside the main point.
President Obama was also glaringly shortsighted in Los Cabos.
If that tax is set too high, it can discourage even the most glaringly urgent transfers of control.
By this illustration the native ferocity of the eighteenth-century caricaturists is glaringly exemplified.
In a country like this, the plea of necessity for crime is glaringly impious.
Gordon Hughes made occasional efforts in conversation that were too glaringly irrelevant to the real subject of our thoughts.
Their faces were painted, but not so glaringly as those of the warriors.
Why the Hotel Bellevue hadnt any shade-trees in front; why it was so glaringly hot and dusty and brazen-faced, we didnt see.