(1) Discretion is a nebulous thing, each case is different and what we are saying is that the HSE doesn't appear to look at cases individually.(2) Shapley noted that nebulous objects tended to be everywhere except in the Milky Way plane.(3) Nowadays they want something far more nebulous , which is celebrity.(4) Ultimately, it's not politics that makes the world go round but generosity, but for a lot of people that's a very nebulous concept.(5) This is the first in a series that explores the nebulous connection between modern art and cartooning.(6) Why do you think scientists have been reluctant to grapple with this nebulous notion of the human mind?(7) Rock ├ö├ç├┐n├ö├ç├û roll, however, is a most nebulous phenomenon.(8) Instead, they invented this nebulous concept of the ├ö├ç├┐public domain├ö├ç├û that no one owns.(9) Twenty five years ago, the nebulous gas entombing the dying star at the centre was not hot enough to glow.(10) It has few distinguishable stars and is mainly notable for a nebulous , cloud-like cluster which ancient astronomers regarded as an area where energies were dissipated.(11) Where others in this vein opt for a hazy, nebulous cloud of half-remembered dreams, Manitoba's music is direct and unassuming while still remaining evocative.(12) He nimbly steers his magic carpet through the nebulous and confusing post-modern clouds of the internet.(13) A thick, nebulous haze, caused by the manufacturing process, pervaded everywhere, revealing sparks and the blindingly bright radiance of welding from time to time.(14) No doubt there'll be some spurious, nebulous rhetoric about rights and responsibilities, respect, choice and other such middle class emollients.(15) Of course, this risks the subordination of personal freedom to some nebulous concept of public good.(16) He is adamant that this week he wants us to take immediate actions and clearly report what we see and do, rather than just speculate and make nebulous plans for the future.