In fact I was more coherent about the general approach than I can remember being.
Neither plaintiff can articulate any coherent argument, and the case ought to have been tossed out in an instant.
In this important new book, he suggests that what is lacking is a coherent theory of markets as social institutions.
It does not have the centralisation of religious authority which can both unify people around a coherent set of values and prevent the emergence of extremes.
We also have a coherent body of activists who are committed to changing the world.
When he takes his prescription he is not coherent .
There are of course lasers with wavelengths in the infrared, masers that emit coherent microwaves, and even x-ray lasers.
A military source at Central Command said: ‘She was coherent and was able to give her rescuers the thumbs up.’
He was an extremely articulate and coherent person - he knew what he wanted, he knew why he was doing it, and he didn't see why people should have a problem with it.
Although he had a few drinks he was sufficiently coherent to arrange a taxi home.