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New Delhi [India] Feb 7 ( ANI ): Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Wednesday termed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech in the Lok Sabha as a farrago of misrepresentations and half-truths.
Ms Irving said: "Do you agree, what there was, was a farrago of failures so fundamental that a prosecution is never going to be achievable?" Mrs Thundercloud replied: "I don't think I can comment whether a prosecution would ever be achievable.
He wished for mankind to embrace brotherhood and unity and come together with their brethren, in a farrago of colours.
In addition, there's the "Funnies Farrago" look at cartoon news by R.C.
Despite the efforts of flamenco and tango bands and hard-working dancers sporting over-gelled, piratical hair, the entire farrago would quickly vanish if not for the phrase above the title, "Directed and Staged by Craig Revel Horwood." As the loved/hated Simon Cowell-like judge on BBC ratings sensation "Strictly Come Dancing," he's a potential box office draw.
Mr Brown has already lost Cabinet Minster Peter Hain and Labour's general secretary Peter Watt in the murky farrago over political donations.
In all the fuss and farrago that accompanied the announcement of the nuclear power station go-ahead last week, it might get a bit forgotten that only a few weeks ago the government also announced backing for a substantial programme of investment in offshore wind generation.
Consider, as well, two contrasting treatments of William Butler Yeats, the dramatist-poet of the land of the imaginary, or a look at Chile's sometimes under-appreciated mistress of magical realism, among a rich farrago of delights our contributors afford us.
Barnum's New York museum to Southern battlefields and beyond, much of the novel's imaginative potency stems from Liberty's intense emotional connection with nature and his family's disposition "to swim upstream far beyond the finely meshed nets of state authority." After deserting the war, Liberty visits the familial estate at Redemption Hall, where he is shocked by his grandfather's pseudo-scientific plot--a "vicious farrago of humbug, deluded fancy, and crackpot ethnology"--to turn blacks white.
other, we have two authors of a long-discredited farrago of historical insinuation accusing a novelist of plagiarism at the High Court.
Fakenham clerk of the course David Hunter defends his fencemen after the final-flight farrago, saying they "did exactly what they were supposed to do"
The resultant tasteless farrago demonstrates that he did not.
I pray everyone involved in this farrago will atone for their sins by never again sullying the good name of The Exorcist.
The Opera House farrago, Murray suggests, advanced not only methods of structural analysis and construction techniques, but also unintentionally argued the case for project management, and for limited, rather than open, architectural competitions where organizers can check architects' track-records before inviting them to participate.
(The best story to emerge from the whole farrago is the fact that Hussein put his belly-dancing former mistress in charge of the antiquities market in the north.