Indeed, the West must also realize that their dabbling
in Nepali politics to the point of competing with the neighborhood will not serve them ultimately but it is the Nepali politicians that must impress this.
San Francisco: Facebook has confirmed it was dabbling
with charging members as much as $100 to get messages to the inboxes of strangers such as social network co-founder and chief Mark Zuckerberg.
"I have been binge-drinking heavily and dabbling
in other daft and silly things but it is going to be the toughest fight of my life and I'm here to win it."
When you hear dabbling
's siren song, lash yourself to the mast of reason and contemplate how quickly Top Client will pull her corporate work if your firm mishandles her divorce.
With all these choices, is it any wonder that people are dabbling
in a variety of classes?
Reichs is becoming a serious writer and not just an expert dabbling
Let's hope that having seen what has happened to her brother she'll be even more careful about dabbling
And speculators--those dabbling
in oil futures--make a killing as preemption of its use keeps prices at record levels.
She says there will be no more 'dabbling
' in areas of the law which C&L is unfamiliar.
Congress is still dabbling
with the federal Head Start program and is already getting unhappy reviews.
("Reny Fleur," aka Matthew Licht, celebrated Currin's mammary madness in Juggs magazine.) Alongside this sickish thematic evolves Currin's increasingly pronounced dabbling
in the art-historical warehouse.
Brazil is turning up the heat in its search to turn ordinary foods like sugar and soybeans, even hydrogen, into fuel for a growing economy, while Argentina and Mexico are dabbling
in ways to put more drivers behind the wheel of cars fueled by cleaner-burning--and cheaper--natural gas.
Being an actor and director and dabbling
in politics do not imbue you with the powers of persuasion that a full-time historian and thinker can bring to the table.
As a college student, dabbling
with applique and stitching banners by hand for her sorority eventually piqued her creative senses.
MORE young people are dabbling
with cocaine because there are so many scare stories about ecstasy, a leading drug charity claimed yesterday.