• But they are human, so giving them a financial incentive to seize people's property is dotty.

    ECONOMIST: Lexington

  • LSE's business in British shares, but the exchange would be dotty to bet on this.

    ECONOMIST: London Stock Exchange

  • If an exchange wants to keep all of its customers sweet, management by committee seems less dotty.

    ECONOMIST: Financial exchanges

  • Mr Panagariya patiently applies the simple truths of liberal economics to a country that still sabotages itself with some dotty regulations.

    ECONOMIST: India's economy

  • As a result, radical politics has become largely single-issue politics (Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth thrive) or else sectarian and fairly dotty.

    ECONOMIST: Radical protest

  • This was dandy for the purchasers, but dotty of the sellers.

    ECONOMIST: Japanese insurance

  • The reason for this seemingly dotty result is that the errors from scientific sampling are easier to quantify (and minimise) than those arising from an imperfect head-count.

    ECONOMIST: Statistics

  • Ms. DOTTY REILLY(ph): Dotty Reilly from Warner, New Hampshire.

    NPR: What People Want To Hear In The Debate

  • And muddying the whole picture is the tea-party movement, a tax revolt whose activists (some clever, some dotty, all angry) seem to loathe Bush-era free-spending Republicans as much as they hate Democrats.

    ECONOMIST: The Republicans

  • He thinks the Norquist position is dotty.

    ECONOMIST: Lexington

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