If this does come about, the ensuing paralysis will surely be an apposite commentary on the unhappy state of affairs we have reached where no party seems to deserve to govern us.
The graphics too are both simple and apposite , although some of the attractive backgrounds can occasionally distract from the levels themselves.
What could be more apposite , more relevant to our predicament as a nation, today?
Another example of the apposite quotation comes from our Dutch observer of nineteenth-century Mecca.
There is some chant, popular among small children, about inflammable trouserings, which seems apposite at this point.
It is quite apparent that this is not an apposite circumstance in which mandatory relief ought to be granted.
There may have been an apposite cover-photo, I may have read the volume, but can now recall only the title's phrase.
Although not what the musicians intended, the dirge provided a wholly apposite soundtrack for a truly lamentable second half performance.
It couldn't have come at a more apposite moment.
It's a good sentiment, and apposite , but only when you operate close to the true meaning of the word ‘unite.’