Summary: Slowly but unsurely
, Europe is facing up to population trends that will sap long-run economic growth and force nations to choose between cutting pensions and welfare benefits or paying higher taxes to maintain them.
Following this macabre desecration, Mussolini's cadaver became an embarrassing focus of interest that Christian Democrat governments handled unsurely
until 1957 when the then prime minister Adone Zoli, a man who himself hailed from Predappio, gave permission for the former Duce's remains to be interred in the family crypt in the church of San Cassiano in his birthplace.
But there was nowhere to turn around and it was to overblown cries of encouragement ( "Oh, well done!" "You're doing great!" ( each time I forced a trembling foot a further inch along the wire, that I slowly and very unsurely
completed the circuit with a zip-wire to the ground.
He caught Germal looking at him in the mirror and smiled unsurely
Many of these images may be said to promote social ideals either directly, or indirectly through the use of humor; in more luxurious interiors themes appear to move unsurely
between a social ideal and a moral warning.