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Hoff traces the history of such Faustian bargains and their unwished for outcomes from Wilson's failed stab at a new world order in 1917-1919, to the "independent internationalism" of the Republicans in the 1920s, to the imperial presidency of Franklin Roosevelt in World War II, to Cold War leadership from Truman to George H.
What to this day remains unwished for in the Top End, is an accidental and untoward encounter with a Dreaming associated with one or other of those 'danger' or 'poison' places that dot each countryside.
There it was again" then augurs the visitation of the inarticulate, emerging from an unwished immemorial event that has been repressively buried, imprisoned within the confines of a perturbed psyche.
unwished goods and not returned to the early selling point.
He says of arrivals, "Arrivals, especially unanticipated ones, are electric with possibilities, with unexpected surprises ranging from the pleasant and desired, to the tense and potentially dangerous, to the terrible and unwished for" (5).
All these alterations are unwished, having a bad influence on stability and handling capacity in driving conditions.
The system works well, but there is the risk of an unwished side effect on forming and cleaning up collections (and not only for printed music).
1) To understand the unwished behavior of wood it is important to know about the wood biology and the related mechanism of photooxidation and degradation.
After abundantly projecting his character into those of male professors of the campus novels discussed (27, 48, 114), and thus exercising strong criticism of the patriarchal practices still prevalent in the academia, in one of the last remarks of the text, this type of scholar is plainly declared unwished for in future university staff (152).
Affected countries talked about the development opportunities created by the tragedy, however unwished for.
In fact, the narrative fits the rule for one of the more effective types of narrative seduction: the story of "those events that happen unwilled, unpredicted, and often unwished for by the actors, even if those very actors set the events in motion in the first place" (Mattingly 1988, 8).
A firm prod on the brake can also smash the throttle pedal to the metal and the same time, an unwished for adrenalin rush.
And yet I recall with unwished clarity the face of the man who killed him
While retracing his steps, he said: "I had a rather unwished for meeting with a Bear.
Obviously, the play isn't Shakespeare; it's Want's Unwished Work, written by dramatic poet Kirk Bromley and directed by NADA artistic director Aaron Beall.