But when that clinical research does not jibe with AHA dogma, it is ignored.
The jibe is off-key too because Wilde himself was hardly immune to the sentimental and even the mawkish.
Which is, in a lot of ways, a modern idea that might jibe with both the inhabitants of 1930s London as well as modern viewers.
Nor does it jibe with Habayit Hayehudi's long-standing preference to harness the Housing Ministry for settlement building.
This jibe comes after ads in which Davis attacked the paralyzed Abbot for not caring about other wheelchair-bound Texans.
He understands only too well the jibe and the sneer, and the tone of superiority, more offensive perhaps than either.
Featherstone felt the jibe, but he was furious at the intrusion.
We shall have to jibe before we can run in, and that is a manœuvre that must be nicely executed in such a sea-way as this.
Ease up main and jib-sheets, boys, and stand clear for a jibe.
We must jibe, or swing the mainsail over, which might result in a capsize.
"agree, fit," 1813, of unknown origin, perhaps a figurative extension of earlier jib, gybe (v.) "shift a sail or boom" (see jib). OED, however, suggests a phonetic variant of chime, as if meaning "to chime in with, to be in harmony." Related: Jibed; jibes; jibing.
1560s, perhaps from Middle French giber "to handle roughly," or an alteration of gaber "to mock."