These women are, quite simply, past the point where they need to worry about being taken seriously.
“Essentially because of the cops, quite frankly,” Bratton answered.
But no contemporary exception is quite so striking, in breadth, variety, and quality, as the written work of Winston Churchill.
Jen goes to Claremont McKenna, which, though not quite in Los Angeles, is still California.
quite the contrary, most Democrats are keeping quiet about it—and nobody has aired a health-care television spot.
Her tone was quite serious, but there was an odd expression in her eye.
She was quite unable to repress a vulgar interest in the menials that served her.
But even if it is possible, it still is quite out of the question.
It was quite as tangible as his money profits promised to be.
You did not even condescend to speak English, which made them quite enthusiastic—'