High school had started out as bleakly
as grade school had ended.
More recently--and more bleakly
, at least for those who support unfettered cyberspeech--a magistrate has ordered a Web hosting company to reveal the anonymous parties responsible for truthatulm.
There are three or four significant kinds of buyers," Bleakly
continues, "people who live alone, roommates who are not related to each other, and empty-nesters with money jingling in their pockets that they want to spend on upgrades.
BUT two yards is indeed a pitiful response, although in this week of discussion about Sunday racing there could be few more bleakly
informative illustrations of how heavy the demands are that we are placing on stable staff.
He might stress, in this regard, that More calls Utopia the "best republic," not "ideal," perhaps because to show that the best is not ideal is to comment, somewhat bleakly
, on our fallen world.
Early Warhols like Eat were unedited 30-minute takes that gazed unflinchingly at their bleakly
While HR organizations peddle "recruitment and retention" seminars, headhunters forage through resumes, only to bleakly
report to their clients that "all the good ones are taken.
They stare bleakly
or accusingly out toward the audience.
Two directions taken by the modern spy story were typified by Ian Fleming's enormously popular James Bond thrillers, which emphasized technological marvels much in the manner of science-fiction fantasy, and John Le Carre's bleakly
realistic stories such as The Spy Who Came in from the Cold.
Pricked by the North star's spur all night our lovelocked bodies urged the heartless muscles on further than they could go until as bleakly
blue day broke hand-in-glove we breathless grasped la petite mort--your forked ecstasy, choked cry, my sea urchin, a lost child sobbing for her father.
Thatcher, his origins were middle-class and bleakly
Though Tibet itself, bleakly
inhospitable, has little to conquer, it occupies critical ground between Russia, China and India.