THEATRE A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens In December 1853, Charles Dickens chose A Christmas Carol for his first ever reading at Birmingham Town Hall, where ''notwithstanding the inclemency
of the weather, nearly 2,000 persons had assembled''.
Then we worry that inclemency
is the bigger plight, but the sun returns before we finish assembling our soggy solutions.
It takes a mad genius, notes Tailhade, the systematic cruelty of bigoted merchants to obtain this height of inclemency
, to thus organize the daily rhythm of maliciousness.
Political parties, federal government and KPK governments are playing politics on IDPs instead of making concerted efforts to provide relief to them, who had braced the sizzling summer, and now have to face the inclemency
The shelter offers good protection against weather inclemency
, while the platform is wide enough to use it as a herd fold (Fig.
Julio Pavanetti, a poet who underwent the inclemency
of military overbearing that compelled him to leave Uruguay, puts across in his THE VOICE OF ALL OF US-
In consequence the town becomes a scene of drunkenness--and I believe some perish on such events--from laying in their drunken state exposed to the inclemency
of the weather--The haul of wood is reckoned sufficient to supply his wants for four or five years when they give him another.
This majoritarian kind of decision making is responsible for the well-known inclemency
of adversarial politics in Africa, such as the Niger Delta crisis in Nigeria.
Several readers felt it was too worried about being castigated by the media for not flagging the approach of extreme weather, and that it subsequently shouted too loudly and hysterically at the slightest sign of inclemency
One is hence attuned (another meaning of "rangi") towards the movement of "vaulting path of the sun, the course of the changing moon, the wandering glitter of the stars, the year's seasons and their changes, the light and dusk of day, the gloom and glow of night, the clemency and inclemency
of the weather" (Heidegger, 1971, p.
Having enough space for infants to run themselves tired even when confined to indoors by inclemency
Police and rescue officials were trying their best to get the tourists out of their misery but to no avail, as there seemed to be no letup in the inclemency
of the weather.
Police and rescue officials were trying there best to get the tourists out of their misery but to no avail, as there seemed to be no letup in the inclemency
of the weather.
He said the officials and the security forces in the North have worked as a team and saw that all arrangements are made to help those civilians affected by the inclemency
It went down well, one publication noting: "Notwithstanding the inclemency
of the weather, nearly 2,000 persons had assembled.