He was now facing the consequences
of his insanity.
I gave him his choice between doing his niece justice on my terms, or facing the consequence
of a public assertion of her existence in a court of law.
He continued that they were facing the consequences
Indus Waters Treaty, as three rivers were handed over to India.
In Cardiff a bungled schools reorganisation has caused unnecessary distress to thousands of parents, children and staff, and the budget is out of control, with council taxpayers facing the consequences
of a pounds 7m overspend.
Throughout the novel she is torn between saving the Russian's life and facing the consequences
of such treason, making this a strong novel on which to base discussions of duty, loyalty and responsibility to oneself and to one's country.
Palestinian civilians are now facing the consequences
of allowing murderers to come to such power.
Sweden faired better than most in facing the consequences
of ethnic diversity, but as the economy stiffened and factories closed, upholding an unprejudiced attitude became thornier.
British businesses are facing the consequences
of careless driving, with more than a third of Britons taking time off as the result of a crash.
HANSIE Cronje's death has provoked little sympathy from a cricketing community still facing the consequences
of his deception and the match-fixing scandal that tainted the sport.
Trying to drive away following an argument with his family proved worse than facing the consequences
for Rhys James Thomas.
Facing the consequences
may be a way to make yourself vulnerable to be hurt and taken advantage of.