the shackles for him, and with Sarfraz Ahmed coming in, Pakistan began to show slightly - though only slightly - more urgency.
How does he circumvent the abundant evidence that once unloosened
, the physician-assisted suicide horseman will never cease looking for new victims?
Shayne Ward and Joseph Whelan have firmly unloosened
the shackles of the X Factor to prove, in their respective roles of The Artilleryman and The Voice of Humanity, that they genuinely can sing and that they can also act extremely well.
Below, muzzles cold, tongues needling light, scurry like the unloosened
The gestures of support have been mostly symbolic of course given that Israel has not unloosened
its tight grip on the Palestinians or their land,.
But on weekends, he unloosens
his tie and puts Bangkok behind him by cycling to Bang Kra Jao.
the drawbridge and we were able to get out by walking round the machine."
Because aesthetic experience unloosens
feelings from deep beneath the threshold of conscious experience, it is loaded with heavy, shifting, indeterminate meanings; it is unbounded experience; that is, it is very brief, easily lost, totally unanalyzable, and therefore ineffable.
Nonetheless at the moment of her death she asks for a pin to subdue her hair, lest her unloosened
tresses suggest she is in mourning (Cunneen 89, Miles 55).
The world is old But the rust of a million years Has left the chains unloosened
. (77) Society and the means of production undergo a series of transformations but the miserable condition of the ants (toiling workers) remains unchanged.
Aspect of the surgical apparatus The patient flails as he beholds it He mounts the operation scaffold Seized with panic he thinks of fleeing He reconsiderith He is bound with cords of silk The surgeon makith his incision The forceps are introduced The stone is brought forth Here as it were one's voice failed The blood -- it flowith The surgeon unloosens
the silken cords And now he is put to bed Relief and rejoice
For black gunpowder Will be thickly shot at us, And we should perish together." "Long am I abroad In snow and in frost, Not daring to approach any man, My fallow unsown, My horses unloosened
, And they lost to me entirely.