So, to me, extension or no extension, if the crisis in the party is not solved, we are simply postponing the evil day
Golwalkar wrote in We, or Our Nationhood Defined 'Ever since that evil day
, when Muslims first landed in Hindustan, right up to the present moment, the Hindu nation has been gallantly fighting on to shake off the despoilers.
In particular, employees facing conflict at work, disciplinary hearings or performance management reviews will often "go on the sick" to postpone the evil day
or give themselves time to think.
An Evil Day
in Georgia: The Killing of Coleman Osborn and the Death Penalty in the Progressive-Era South
Critique: An impressive and throughly researched study, "An Evil Day
in Georgia: The Killing of Coleman Osborn and the Death Penalty in the Progressive-Era South" by Robert N.
Then again is the Fed not postponing the evil day
of reckoning with its money printing and only avoiding the inevitable collapse and perhaps making it even bigger than it would have been?
But after hearing that Cooper's solicitors had only been instructed last week, Mr Justice Saunders said: "I am prepared to do so (adjourn for a psychiatric report) with some reluctance, because it may just be putting off the evil day
Bahraini Foreign Minister Khalid bin Hamad Al-Khalifa disclosed that in a statemet to the TV channel, questioning "how to attend in a country that sends evil day
The moral of this story is that early diagnosis can put off the evil day
and, indeed, in extreme cases can avoid total blindness.
The Government has succeeded in delaying the evil day
but the moment of truth arrives in 2012 so the sooner public transport is electrified the better (and cheaper).
The minister may feel that the Government should take the risk, especially as that would put off the evil day
until he is out of office and his successor has to admit the Treasury has demanded a further cut in Defra's budget to pay an EU fine.
The drastic action, it was argued at the time, was necessary to rescue the entire financial system from collapse; detractors pointed out that, not only was the coercive extraction of taxpayer funds to reward risky behavior on the part of the world's wealthiest a moral and fiscal outrage, it would do little besides postpone the evil day
But now we have lots more reasons to put off the evil day
The players, in fairness, started the game yesterday well enough and might have been a couple of goals ahead before David Edwards began yet another evil day
The FA appears to be putting off the evil day
in the hope either Everton collapse at home or Liverpool get thrashed abroad, but they may have to get off the fence soon And fast.