But the apparent paradoxes generate great grist for mystery mongers.
All experience is grist ; but he can't plant his easel before a nude, a still-life, a landscape, nor transform a personality tangle into a sonnet-sequence or a novella.
With the biblical passages you've given me (especially that one from Luke 22), you've given my mind enough grist to turn over for the next couple of weeks.
When those returns are compiled in a single report, they become a story of failure and grist for the ‘I told you so’ crowd and the budgeteers who see reason to strip money for the system from the next budget.
The reintroduction of a deeply resented tax on grist in the former papal provinces of Emilia and Romagna provoked widespread unrest in the late 1860s.
All of that is good grist for Winchester, who summarizes the grand debates on evolution and even pauses at one point to provide a refresher course in geology in the form of a walk through rockscapes of his childhood.
The owners of early 19 th-century New England grist mills were usually rather prosperous men, and like most of the population at that time, the majority were farmers.
The grist was plentiful for Barstow, part of a two-man Times team whose reports on workplace safety were entered in both the investigative reporting and public service categories.
Documents just made public may provide grist for his opponents.
This subject is interesting grist for graduate seminars, but campus leaders have limited options when faced with a finite budget and rising demand for educational programs and services.