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Is not this pessimism of the blackest?--'All is vanity and vexation of spirit,' 'There is no profit under the sun,' 'There is one event unto all,' to the fool and the wise, the clean and the unclean, the sinner and the saint, and that event is death, and an evil thing, he says.
Giovanni Caliao, Cubao police station chief, told INQUIRER.net in a text message that the janitress planned to file charges of unjust vexation against Diez but later backed out.
Ming Meng, 28, was nabbed by police on charges of direct assault and unjust vexation.
Back at Beecham House a beautiful and mysterious young woman turns up and commandeers the baby, much to the vexation of John's mum played by Lesley Nicol.
Bersamin Jr., and daughter-in-law, Bianca, have decided to withdraw the case filed against a fishball vendor who was arrested last Saturday in Makati City on complaints of unjust vexation and threat.
Chinese national Jiale Zhang, 23, was specifically charged by Police Officer William Cristobal with unjust vexation, disobedience to an agent of person in authority and direct assault.
Police officer William Cristobal accused the suspect, Jiale Zhang, a23-year-old fashion design student, of direct assault, disobedienceto an agent of a person in authority, and unjust vexation. Zhang was arrested on Saturday after she threw the tofu drink,locally called taho, at Cristobal who stopped her from entering theplatform of the overhead train station in the Manila suburban city ofMandaluyong.
Apart from vexation that traffic jams cause, they also hurt the economy in a bad way.
KARACHI -- Sindh Water Commission expressed vexation while observing that the performance of Chinese companies, employed to clean Karachi, has been below par.
An MP would meet demands for no vexation without representation.
He showed vexation over the officer and directed him to immediately submit the demand draft and put into operation the filter plants and the ponds at the earliest.
Among their topics are methane seeps in a changing climate, the shallow submarine hot vent system off the Greek island of Milos as a natural laboratory for studying hydrothermal geomicrobiology, life in serpentinite hosted alkaline springs, microbial nitrogen processes at submarine hydrothermal vents, and multiplication is vexation: a genomic perspective on cell division and DNA replication in the large sulfur bacteria.
Part of Roux's vexation with photographing food is that he feels a photo cannot represent the quality of the flavours.
He hoped that the US President will veto the issuance of this law, for the protection of the principles of international law, maintenance of rules of international justice and to ensure continued international cooperation in combating terrorism, at the international level, warning that such a law will contribute to the support terrorists to commit their acts, in vexation of their government, violate its domestic laws and if they find that there is a state that will blame government of a country for their terrorist acts, then such an act will achieve their goals and affect international efforts, in the fight against terrorism.
"We're aware changes to people's traditional routes to the racecourse and car-parking arrangements may cause some vexation, but we ask all those attending to work with us to ensure the new scheme will provide improvements for traffic flow and car parking, especially at our busier meetings."