But the fallout covered a considerably wider area and bemired
a number of other people.
by the unsavoury associations of huge, squalid public warehouses for the mad poor." (10) Although there had been a society and journal for its practitioners since the mid-nineteenth century, even by the 1920s there was very limited specialist training available in Britain.
There is no difficulty about the Procession of the Deadly Sins, shambling two-by-two, bemired
and slothful, but lashed forward through the fog by Satan amid the crowd's acclamations, over ill-doers' wreckage: Idleness and Gluttony, who introduce Lechery and Avarice, followed by Envy and Wrath--Gluttony lurching on the pig which carries him and swigging from a 'boozing-can'; Avarice counting his pennies upon his paralytic knees (I iv).
In the wordings of Bemired
Hojamuhamedov, the Deputy Chairman of Turkmenistan's Cabinet of Ministers, "Taking into account domestic demand in the west of the country and supplies from there to Iran, we will have 40 billion cubic meters (bcm) of gas free every year, so European countries need not worry."Apart from others, the Eni Oil and Gas Company of Italy, has recently desired to construct this gas pipeline from Turkmenistan to Pakistan and India.
With the United Kingdom the only majorworld economy still to bemired
in the recession, retailersaredesperatefor anything that might give them a sign that things are improving.
'Nothing she relates is to be wholly relied on,' said Jane Carlyle of Elizabeth Gaskell: a reminder that this novelist, undervalued for many years as intangibly second-rate, was for much of her professional life bemired
in controversy (lane Carlyle: Newly Selected Letters, ed.