Consequently, the aim of the present study was to assess the inter-population plasticity of bleak
under variable local conditions in Mediterranean fresh waters.
In chapter two Geraghty takes an even-handed and clear-headed approach to two claims: the oft-cited characterisation of the BBC Bleak
House 'as soap opera', and the commonplace speculation that if Dickens were alive today, he would be writing TV soaps.
MIDWINTER: In the distance, a trolley bus makes its way along snow-covered Southgate, Huddersfield, on New Year's Day 1949
With all the Dickens programmes and specials on this year The Bleak
Old Shop Of Stuff pays tribute to the famous writer by sending up Ye Olde Dickens England.
The board of directors of Silver Horn Mining Ltd (OTCBB:SILV), a mining company, revealed on Tuesday the appointment of Daniel Bleak
as its chairman and chief executive officer (CEO).
20pm Shona hits rock bottom, living in a squat with junkies and facing a bleak
future as a teenage mum.
Tulkinghorn's chambers, using fever and AIDS to teach Bleak
House in South Africa, and teaching the novel in law school.
Increased confidence in economic conditions is definitely a bright spot in an otherwise bleak
business environment," said Ryan Scully, director of Discover's business credit card.
2 : being cold and raw or cheerless <a bleak
wind> <a bleak
July 15] painted a bleak
picture of the possible success of emerging media companies focused on kids in GLBT families.
--but not as bleak
as the outlook for the reef--and is backed up by extensive data and scientific research and analysis.
I think it was Chekov who said 'When he saw winter, he saw a winter bleak
and dark and bereft of hope'.
Oh my God it was looking bleak
,'' Garrad said of the dream of homeownership.
I think that The Quincunx bears interesting comparisons with Dickens' Bleak
House in its treatment of the law.
Produced and directed by Chip Richie, The Trail Of Tears: Cherokee Legacy is an engaging two hour documentary exploring one of America's darkest periods in which President Andrew Jackson's Indian Removal Act of 1830 consequently transported Native Americans of the Cherokee Nation to the bleak
and unsupportive Oklahoma Territory in the year 1838.