Even more damningly
for Donald Dewar, the survey showed that the vast majority understood fully the debate over Section 28.
I used to think Anglo-Saxon women had to fly several thousands miles to find a certain type of glistening Latin male, the kind dedicated to the art of seduction or, more damningly
in my opinion, prepared to try it on with your grandmother just because they could.
And he must know appearances are damningly
he was compared to John Major for over-reacting to a bit of internal mischief making, bringing the disputes out into the open and condemning his party to months of public in-fighting.
The lapdogs of the football press - who are known damningly
in our trade as "fans with typewriters" - may seem to under-stand that.
And most damningly
, Albion have failed to string two wins together since they beat Port Vale and Norwich in August.
for Dodi, he had signed both cheques at the end of July, one of them just a few days after his first weekend in Paris with Diana.
But most damningly
here, we hear the full and furious conversation in which Commander Gregorio De Falco, of the Livorno Port Authority, so memorably ordering Captain Francesco Schettino to get back on board the ship WE LOVE FOOD COME DINE WITH ME IRELAND TV3, 9pm TONIGHT it's the turn of Holly Sweeney to get into the kitchen.
, he talked about Amanda as though she was already history.
, referee Styles failed to notice that Ndlovu managed to stay on his feet when Mark Jackson lunged into him inside the penalty area a minute before the Zimbabwean international got his own revenge by heading his team into the lead.
More than one American reviewer damningly
retitled this Mercury Poisoning, and it's not hard to see why.
But most damningly
here, we hear the full and furious conversation in which Commander Gregorio De Falco, of the Livorno Port Authority, so memorably ordering Captain Francesco Schettino to get back on board the ship WE LOVE SCI-FI STAR TREK: THE DIGITALLY REMASTERED ORIGINAL SERIES CBS ACTION, 6pm IT'S Star Trek, Jim, but not as we know it.
There will be severe casualties this winter if there are not dramatic reductions in damningly
high interest rates.
Almost half felt there was too much red tape involved with getting a loan while, damningly
, only 6% felt banks were transparent in their dealings with business customers.
Though its crushingly-repressive influence has been global, few places have suffered under the yoke as damningly