That assertion only deepens the contradictions and mysteries about Headley's missions overseas.
Perhaps her reticence was brought on by constant questions about contradictions in her views before and after her nomination.
He was one of those rare actors who also seemed to reflect the attitudes and contradictions of an entire generation.
Already, eulogies in the Western press have called such positions “contradictions.”
The Pakistani army, the fifth-largest in the world, is a maze of contradictions and complexities.
Its objective reality is God; it therefore "conveys" to us the most important "knowledge," and "involves" no "contradictions."
It seems as though an Englishman may also be a mass of contradictions.
The contradictions remain contradictions, and he wanders pleasantly on.
The misstatements and contradictions with which he has been charged, he has not noticed.
How can these two contradictions be harmonized: I am a sinner and deserve God's wrath and punishment, and yet the Father loves me?
late 14c., from Old French contradiction or directly from Latin contradictionem (nominative contradictio) "a reply, objection, counterargument," noun of action from past participle stem of contradicere, in classical Latin contra dicere "to speak against," from contra "against" (see contra) + dicere "to speak" (see diction).