] is quite distinct from that which allegedly gives rise to the self-portrait with sword" (Dissolute
A Jew may believe almost anything about the afterlife but is not free to act in an unrighteous, dishonest or dissolute
They boss around their dissolute
uncle Luke Frugal, played by Jo Stone-Fewings, until he suddenly finds himself with the upper hand and plots his revenge.
Erbil / NINA / The opposition rejects president of Kurdistan province Massoud Barzani statements considering appeals to dissolute
the regional government as a coup against the legitimacy of the Kurdistan parliament and the Kurdistan Regional Government and an abuse of the Constitution.
After denouncing the "repressive practices and claims to dissolute
the political police," the Council urged the local and regional Committees for Protection of the Revolution to join hands to face up to "the plotters who are conspiring against Tunisian people and their Revolution, and identify instigators of acts of destruction, to unveil their intention and preserve public and private property."
TODAY NATIONAL IN GUINEA BISSAU 1842: Branwell Bronte, the talented but dissolute
brother of the Bronte sisters, died.
There is the inevitable encounter with his dissolute
father who proceeds to disappoint and then disappear with some of Kid's seemingly endless supply of money.
She takes over next-door's vegetable garden, neglected by the dissolute
Doug, and mothers two orphaned children left in his care.
The piece said: "it is true they did drugs and, overwhelmed by success, they lived dissolute
and uninhibited years, and they even said they were more famous than Jesus".
He plays both the dissolute
, evil Louis XIV of France and his twin brother Philippe.
even by the standards of the Merrie Monarch, he scandalised the king by writing a satirical play about him.
ISLAMABAD, July 07, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- The Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front , Farooq Siddiqi has said that the unabated, repetitive and perpetual abuse of human rights by India through its dissolute
and immoral administration in occupied Kashmir has reached to its lowest standard of governance.
Ukrainian poet Otto von F., whose adventures in and out of the writer's dormitory in Moscow in the waning days of the USSR comprise this ribald novel, takes Baudelaire's bibulous counsel to heart, despite occasional pangs of conscience and the knowledge that there are far more profitable associates, in terms of getting his latest effusions into print, than a bunch of old cronies out to raise hell.
New research seems to indicate, though, that Farouk was nothing like the crooked and dissolute
drunk of popular lore.
Violet Hypatia Bowyer, a working-class white woman who was just twenty-two years old in 1928, was initially incarcerated in Ontario for leading a "dissolute