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dread

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Castelo issued the call as he underscored the significance of his proposition adding that all are required to clean their surroundings specifically the students who are prone and susceptible to the dreaded disease that also includes their parents because nobody is invulnerable and immune to dengue.
I say dreaded, but only one member of our household was a tax resident of Canada last year, and her procrastination is a formidable talent.
Gallipoli, A Waste of my Grandfather's Life Where war was waged with blood in mud, And generals reminisce and boast, But never seen upon the field, But still recalled with brandy toast, He knew those awful words of old, And never wished them voiced at all, For like a child awaiting scold, That dreaded cry, that dreaded call.
23 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday accused Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of leading the most dreaded 'goonda party' in Indian political history.
The dreaded dreadlock day takes place on August 24 at Antonio's Hair Salon, close to Birmingham's popular Scott Arms pub.
On the day of Quentin's dreaded Piratish exam, Quentin passed everything else with flying colors.
However, with certain college supplies, the student can make having the top bunk not something that is dreaded.
Secrets, lies, dread, and consequence, a multitude of people, some of them have a connection to the dreaded house, some do not, but what they do have is the need to stay away, and the curiosity to know what lurks in that house draws them.
Ideology had separated them for nine long years but dreaded Maoist leader Shanti Kunjam of Bastar could not ignore her brother's plea to shun the path of violence.
The research found all these fears and insecurities had disappeared by the time their second child had arrived as just 15 per cent saying they dreaded the school run.
Summary: After being ignored for promotion, a team of 14 policemen that eliminated several dreaded dacoits knocked the doors of high court.
"If we had the dreaded infestation the writing was in red so I always attempted to hold my card close to my chest."