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Relevant editors appeared to have been aware of Barrett’s plagiarism incidents but not so much about the imbroglio over her Post story, according to a staffer at the meeting.Editor who worked on Ruth Shalit Barrett’s retracted Atlantic story is no longer with the magazine|Erik Wemple|January 30, 2021|Washington Post
The NBA estimates the imbroglio cost $400 million in lost revenue.
But perhaps another errant remark by Hickenlooper recorded at the meeting sums up the whole imbroglio best.Why Is Colorado’s Governor Now Bashing His Own Gun-Control Laws?|David Freedlander|June 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Yet the current imbroglio in which Obama finds himself is self-inflicted.
Twitter is afire with thoughts on the Woodward-Politico-Gene Sperling imbroglio.Bob Woodward and Politico and the Worst of Washington|Michael Tomasky|February 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
No wonder the summit was eclipsed by the B-movie imbroglio over Secret Service agents moonlighting as sex tourists.Cartagena Summit’s Other Outrage: Obama’s Indifference to Latin Issues|Mac Margolis|April 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Nonetheless, the great distortion of the debt-ceiling imbroglio was that failure to do a deal would have led to a default.
Hence, as the intelligent reader can foresee, this groom has a part to play in the imbroglio.Tales and Fantasies|Robert Louis Stevenson
It was strange to get news again, and strike suddenly into this extraordinary Chinese imbroglio.In the Ranks of the C.I.V.|Erskine Childers
And indeed his world is one huge imbroglio of Potentialities and Diplomatic Intricacies, agitating to behold.History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XV. (of XXI.)|Thomas Carlyle
What was to come of this strange imbroglio in which I now stood; how was Fate about to deal with me?Paul Gosslett's Confessions in Love, Law, and The Civil Service|Charles James Lever
It is a short story of seventy-five small pages only and of the Italian-Spanish imbroglio type.The English Novel|George Saintsbury