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disastrously

di za struhs lee

  • r  in a disastrous manner
    the real value of the trust capital may be disastrously less than when the trust began

  • There he married (disastrously), met the entrepreneurial Ezra Pound and, while working at Lloyds Bank, brought out Prufrock and Other Observations.
  • Others have been split by a disastrously ignorant restoration of the Parthenon's columns from 1913 to 1931, when iron bars were inserted in the stones as reinforcements; they soon .
  • Taxi Driver: The film goes most disastrously wrong when it tries to turn slice-of-life realism into full-scale melodrama.
News & Articles

  • Indiana Pacers set to wear sleeved jerseys during Orlando Summer League
    Last week, Darren Rovell of ESPN.com reported that as many as five NBA teams could unveil sleeved jerseys for next season in the same style as the Warriors’ disastrously mismatched duds . Phoenix was confirmed (by Paul Coro of the Arizona Republic ) to be among those soon-to-be-sleeved teams, and on Tuesday, Indiana announced through its website that the Pacers would test-drive the sleeved look ...
    July 2, 2013 - Sports Illustrated
  • The US Drug Czar's Twitter Wins the Award For Most Orwellian Newspeak
    This week, the U.S. Conference of Mayors — representing 1,309 cities with a population of 30,000 or more — unanimously approved a resolution calling on the United States government to cease its immoral, racially biased, disastrously failed eighty-year war on marijuana. Well, the Office of National Drug Control Policy — aka the Drug Czar — has responded to the U.S. Conference of Mayors via ...
    June 28, 2013 - East Bay Express
Quotes

  • Hosni Mubarak in Tehran Times
    We have a disastrously high number of widows," said Jinan Mubarak, head of a nongovernmental organization that works to educate women and train them for jobs. "It has a serious social dimension and there are also the orphans to worry...
  • Edward Kennedy in Forbes
    Too many questions have remained unanswered, too many civil rights laws have not been enforced and too many officials have resigned to evade the accountability that is to come for the disastrously flawed policies of this administration,said...
  • Malcolm Fraser in The Australian
    Former prime minister Malcolm Fraser said an apology needed to recognise that the policy of child removal based on race was "disastrously wrong and terrible".

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