Statistics like these “sometimes have a tenuous relationship to lived experience,” Boo writes.
Today Liberians go to the polls in what will be a defining moment for their tenuous democracy.
Along the way, American became indebted and many millions of Americans fell from their tenuous position in the middle class.
So it would seem—at this early point—that their ties to Chechnya were tenuous.
Though there are many claims that implicate it in improved brain function, the evidence in support of this finding is tenuous.
But such is the coercive power of gold, albeit in the abstract, that this tenuous vision of wealth had its fascination.
And the tenuous message which passed between them then astounded Shann.
Far to the right was a tenuous smoke, a suggestion of thinning in the forest, a flash of blue water.
Some nests are rudely constructed, and rather loose and tenuous.
Branches slapped and tore at her garments—long, tenuous filaments, wet and web-like, drew across her face.