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They were taken seriously because they were avowedly useless extras, like the whole dinner and the whole club.
It is reported that he means to exchange into another regiment, avowedly for the purpose of separating himself from ME.
This follow-up is no less contemplative, with the avowedly religious Bill's simple but solemn piano chordings and alternately prayerful (the title track) and foreboding (Underneath The Sun) visions brought to life with glowering strings and gorgeously shaded melancholia.
But now the weak, undemocratic, by all accounts corrupt but avowedly nonsectarian PLO, is losing ground to Hamas, which espouses an overtly sectarian ideology and ghts in the name of Islam.
And fact: The UN Human Rights Council has set back the cause of Arab-Israeli peace by empowering Hamas, an avowedly terrorist group.
He has an unappealing tendency to religious demagoguery of an avowedly pro-Hindu and anti-Muslim kind, which is exactly what the secular nature of Indian politics does not need.
It is a recipe for the xenophobia Russell is so avowedly against.
Calling Gandhi a 'Delhi Shehzada', Modi had slammed the Congress leader for avowedly taking credit for the Food Security Bill, even as the scheme was first initiated by the Chhattigarh government.
Nine years later, the song was covered by The Communards in an avowedly Hi-NRG version.
On several occasions already the Bulgarian head of government has shown his support for the protest movement, which avowedly wants to topple the government; he has offered his 'good wishes' to the thousands who have taken to the streets of Sofia for the sixth week in succession, but who represent only a fraction of the seven million Bulgarians,a says the article.
Avowedly committed to the Zionist project, he is nonetheless critical of the decision-making process, arguing that it is characterized by an absence of policy planning processes by the premier and cabinet-level forums; a deep politicization; a lack of top-down control (particularly when politicization is high); a failure to institutionalize the process, resulting in highly idiosyncratic decision making, and an outsized influence of military personnel as the primary source of expertise and bureaucratic players.
Striking a moderate note, the avowedly Marxist guerrilla leader set out to soften his radical image.
At very least, avowedly pacifist Japan should examine what it would need to do to join the club of declared nuclear powers, the 80-year-old arch conservative told foreign journalists in Tokyo.
It was an impossibly glamorous place, choc full of fun distractions via my older cousins' propensity for mischief, the chicken-in-a-basket cabaret of workingmen's clubs and people with avowedly odd accents.
However, tying tariffs to output costs could prove politically unpopular for the avowedly pro-people government.
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