, it also coincided with the announcement of 3,000 job losses in the UK, including 1,690 at Norwich Union and 1,000 jobs at Bombardier's aircraft parts factory in Belfast.
If that statistic was so soberingly
disappointing, Rangers made an even more embarrassing exit, crashing out in the second qualifying round to Kaunas.
She is, at once, deeply funny and startlingly tragic, blindingly psychotic and soberingly
, these authors cite reports condemning the institutionalization in what the French chillingly call un mouroir that shrinks senior citizens to helplessly dependent infants.
Hinsdale Wave Research Laboratory, the most sophisticated tsunami research facility in the nation, was soberingly
However, despite its gloom, The Destruction of Young Lawyers is soberingly
honest and forthright.
The plot sounds melodramatic, but Brooks makes it feel very real, and the ending is soberingly
But as the mob, whose ruthless collection methods are soberingly
related, could barely count its profits and the porno industry boomed, a sadness came to underline the lives of those involved in "Deep Throat.
, the willingness to twist the taxation clause and even the whole Constitution expressed by the Department of Education's lawyer comes not just from left-liberals but from a Republican administration.
He was wearing a neck brace so loosely fashioned that it looked less like a helpful medical device than a prop from a high-school play, and at 10 o'clock on this soberingly
cold morning, he seemed drunk.
As a reality check, only about eight percent of the globe has access to Internet media--a soberingly
That, though, will require O'Sullivan's side to tame the powerful Pumas, and the alarm bells are starting to ring on that front after Argentina completed a soberingly
impressive double over the French on Friday night.
That became soberingly
apparent in Operation Anaconda.
, the United Nations can now muster the military force to subdue much of the Third World, given an adequate political pretext.