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pell-mell

1. adverb In a frantic, confused, and disorderly manner; quickly and out of control. As the final bell of the semester rang, students ran pell-mell out the doors and into their summer of freedom.
2. adjective Frantic, disorderly, and out of control. The pell-mell traffic of India can be shocking to tourists who are used to more orderly streets.
3. noun Frantic and tumultuous disorder. The suspect managed to slip away among the horrible pell-mell that ensued.
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Pell was in Rome and had health reasons for not making a long flight to testify in person to Australia's longest-running royal commission, the country's highest form of inquiry.
Damian Dignan, who lived in the Victorian town of Ballarat, made allegations which were strenuously denied by Pell.
Pell relished his battles inside and outside the church, expecting and giving no quarter as he fought on multiple fronts.
Richter said: "For the avoidance of doubt and because of the interest, I might indicate that Cardinal Pell pleads not guilty to all charges and will maintain the presumed innocence that he has.
Pell landed Sydney early in the morning after flying from the Vatican via Singapore, reported the Guardian.
El cardenal George Pell es el prefecto de la Secretaria de Economia del Vaticano y no ha podido enmendar la opacidad, los privilegios ni la corrupcion de la curia en ese rubro.
The change in the Pell Grant program will allow an eligible student to receive up to 150% of the student's federal Pell Grant scheduled award starting with the 2017-18 award year.
Pell was ordered to appear at Melbourne Magistrates' Court on July 18.
Police have charged Cardinal George Pell with historical sexual assault offenses," Deputy Commissioner Shane Patton of the Australian state of Victoria announced.
At a news conference, Victoria Deputy Police Commissioner Shane Patton said Pell would receive no special treatment, even though he holds one of the powerful positions in the Catholic Church.
Restoring year-round Pell Grants will help more students stay on track for graduation, enter or re-enter the workforce sooner, and graduate with less debt.
Pell Grants have been a fixture of federal financial aid since the 1970s, helping millions of low-income students attend college annually.
The Federal Pell Grant program is the foundation of student aid for higher education, and it is a critical part of ensuring the American Dream is possible," they wrote.
Australian police said on Wednesday they were considering whether to lay charges against the Vatican's Australian-born treasurer, Cardinal George Pell, after investigators handed over their recommendations.