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Even though the technology has changed unrecognisably in those years, other things have changed far less for example, the Forces lingo is still the same and I seem to have been able to pick up where I left off
But the moment accountability hounds and courts set out to arraigning the party's leading figures in stunning scams of corruption and malfeasance that had erupted in its outgoing five-year rule, which indeed was not even plutocracy but an outright kleptocracy, the PPP top echelon started crying foul and instantly shifted its stances substantially unrecognisably.
US policy towards the current turmoil in Egypt and the Middle East betrays not only confusion and self-created impotence, but also something not unrecognisably far from treachery in very senior circles in both the Democrat and Republican parties.
While parts of the Saudi capital are unrecognisably
Of course, circumstances have changed unrecognisably since then, Libya's founding fathers embarked on a mission to dismantle the barriers created by foreign colonialists.
Over the last 60 years women have seen their roles expand unrecognisably from the traditional stay-at-home figure.
Overall, this scholarly and timely work is to be recommended for anyone who wishes to know more about what the region was like before it changed unrecognisably in the last couple of decades.
medical physiology, genetics and pharmacology, were almost unrecognisably modernised, while others were almost completely transformed over the past three decades.
Thousands of spectators from the world over will on Sunday flock to an unrecognisably spruced up Jawaharlal Nehru stadium for the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games.
Even today, 65 years later, when the world has unrecognisably changed, the elements of the post-war order of Europe and the world are still of great importance for the preservation of peace and security on our planet.
Thomas Lodge Murray Prior appears almost unrecognisably as TML Prior in a section concerned with the use of Chinese labour.
Stephen also loves exhibits which surprise, so he particularly admired a foyer chandelier that was unrecognisably made out of 25,000 tampons by Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos.
Okay, they are not all brilliant communicators, but some of them are very good and as a group they are almost unrecognisably better than as little as ten years ago.
Thanks to having left-field Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn at the helm, Bronson resembles more A Clockwork Orange for the 21st century, the whole thing benefiting further from having the charismatic, and almost unrecognisably bulked-up Tom Hardy in the lead role.