There can't bemany dates in the history of Scottish football when Cowdenbeathwere in the top league and Rangers Despair If the award goes to the Old Firm club which has made the most consistent contribution to direness
there can beno doubt it's Celtic.
Readers of this column will remember my weakness for reality TV of all levels of direness
The mawkish tale of young footballers caught in the sectarian divide of the Irish troubles, it's a piece of work possessing a value only eclipsed by the direness
of its songs.
Oh, yes, the farting: so it's Rabelaisian farce in which the direness
of dire straights trembles on the border that separates hilarity from pathos.
It truly is a devastating level of direness
at Goodison Park.
It needs to be remembered that rules are approximate; violations which are equal formally are often unequal in their direness
of the mistake lies not so much in the trodden rights of non-Orthodox religious Jews in Israel-a serious matter in its own right-as in the price paid by the secular culture.
But if analysts--or Oxford's customers--had asked more specific questions about the company's then-new IT capabilities, they might have grasped the direness
of the situation sooner.
Waag notes that a positive outcome of ATDO's troubles has been the response of the dance community as the direness
of the situation became apparent.
show the person that the fears of direness
are not self-evident.