THE sight of aimless young people hanging around street corners, parks and bus stations has become distressingly
But these documents are distressingly
easy to produce.
Either way, the moment you walk through the doors it's distressingly
other-worldly, intelligible only to those with a degree in A/V output sockets or, more probably, anyone under the age of 20.
Back in England, married and fuelled by excitement and anticipation, the act of conception is distressingly
Authority saw the two murders as dissimilar but for me they were distressingly
JANET, Birmingham A The average mobile user changes phone every 18 months and teenagers can be distressingly
While Southern California enjoys a stunningly diverse base of export industries, a distressingly
high percentage face intense competition or structural change or both.
THE reaction on these shores to Diego Maradona's serious illness was distressingly
Even more distressingly
, another AICR survey found that 78 percent believe the kind of food they eat is more important for losing weight than the sheer amount of food they eat.
Although the range of Romania's performances so far has been distressingly
wide, overall they are consistent with their standing in the Fifa rankings, which suggest they are more than 3.
Moral reformers, Schwartz contends, and more distressingly
the virtues they preached, have been unfairly vilified by later generations of structural reformers, radical social critics, moral relativists, and social historians.
The parallels drawn between the ailing Vulcan mind-melders and gay men in the early days of AIDS are distressingly
accurate, down to Pa'nar sufferers being called an "undesirable subculture" who deserve their fate.