On a smaller scale, about a century ago English suggested that the Parmenidean reproductive idea of 'boys on the right, girls on the left' in B17 rested largely upon the two basic principles of Right and Left in Pythagorean thought (1912: 93), but did not deal specifically with the stated miserableness
A clearly difficult filly, an unfashionable jockey and a small scale jumps trainer eclipsed the mega-monied magnates to win a classic and you would have to be a git of hitherto unmatched miserableness
not to enjoy the moment.
They should know that Ballymena is widely seen as a beacon of hard drug abuse, sectarianism, general miserableness
and two-faced religious standards.
don't take into account the absolute miserableness
of the invoicing
Their convulsive confessions have a blatantly theatrical air in the staging and acting, and the coda's uplift introduces a feel-good dash of hope that's not prefigured in any of the preceding miserableness
In one of the great panoramic set pieces of the English language--the famous chapter from his History on the condition of England in 1685--Macaulay sets out to cure the reader of any notion that the olden times were better: For page upon page he hammers away at the miserableness
of the food, the lodgings, the roads, the communications, the sanitation; the badness of governance; the insecurity of person and property; the prevalence of disorder and crime.
They have the running nose, itchy eyes, sometimes hives, and general miserableness
that goes with allergies.