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New Delhi [India], January 17 ( ANI ): Minister of External Affairs, Sushma Swaraj, said that terrorism is undeniably the mother of all disruptions today.
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Corbyn was undeniably elected membership Gallacher Rather than "fighting for the soul of the Labour Party" perhaps doing something for the people they represent would be more applicable.
Undeniably we have waste in our public institutions.
The Academy may be content with honoring her just for wearing a prosthetic butt, but the petite actress gives an undeniably great and multilayered performance here.
But whereas Orozco's photographic diptych My Hands Are My Heart, 1991, in which the artist holds out a heart-shaped lump of clay bearing the visible imprints of his fingers, embodies his sense of poetry and suggests that he has a romantic streak, Francois's sculpture was undeniably beautiful but remained coolly distant.
It is undeniably a tenant's market right now and landlords are anxious to fill up their buildings with quality companies.
He disguises this in the story by recounting the adventures of a man who in many different situations tries to convince his sixth century countrymen of the truth in his radical- sounding, yet undeniably correct, 19th century ideas.
The ponderous tone drained the performance of any vital dynamic, but the visuals were undeniably haunting.
Its well-muscled, sporty, four-door design is undeniably Italian.
It entails a sense of wonder and the hope of encounter with the Sublime--elements undeniably evident in modern TV sci-fi, which are a major reason for their appeal.
Whatever its effect on DVD rentals and ticket sales, BitTorrent is undeniably huge: The program has been downloaded by some 30 million users already, and the British firm CacheLogic estimates that it may account for more than a third of all Internet traffic, more than all other peer-to-peer programs combined.
From this vantage point, the reader learns that Thomas is a conflicted man who advocates the merits of a color-blind society, an ideal he holds out as a benchmark for this country to achieve, yet whose perspective and life experiences have undeniably been shaped by race, the very thing he proposes negating.
Fidel Castro: A Biography is a solid and thorough rendition of the life of Cuba's tenacious portrait of an undeniably strong leader's strengths and weaknesses.