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Central defensive cover for Cahill and Jagielka is frighteningly flimsy
"There no doubt about it, it's frighteningly worrying to see the levels drop so much.
Thus, I repeat that people--generally--are "dreadfully and frighteningly" ignorant.
Saturday's concert from the under-13 (I kid you not) orchestra showed these frighteningly talented youngsters on their mettle in a demanding programme, immensely mature both in approach and quality of tone.
In the new study, researchers were able to intercept this data during transmission and, even more frighteningly, they were able to re-program functionality in a way that would prevent the device from delivering a lifesaving shock.
As David Remnick wrote in The New Yorker, the assassination was "alarming, not least because it makes the most frighteningly unstable major country on Earth even more so." Our article and maps (pp.
But he also offers frighteningly intimate portraits of killers such as Hamas leader Abdel-Aziz Rantisi (an inmate at Ketziot when Goldberg was a prison guard there), whom Goldberg enrages by suggesting that he, Rantisi, might be part Jewish.
Sam Antonio illustrates quite well and quite frighteningly the real war our nation is in: one which isn't in Iraq or Afghanistan, but one fight here on our soil.
Jess feels conflicted about this girl Tilly Tilly, who, on the one hand, seems to be the best friend Jess has never had, and on the other, seems frighteningly disrespectful of basic social rules.
As becomes clear by reading these two pieces of literature, without the ability to personify nature or appeal to a higher power, we are left frighteningly on our own.
Another Anne is perfectly round, for a frighteningly prosaic reason: "She must wear all her clothes to the Annex," Box explains, "because to carry a suitcase would arouse suspicion."
It's frighteningly formulaic, and the students in many, many bands work on two or three pieces a year so they can do well in band competition.
But Plato is a nut you can love (and frighteningly, identify with).
What disturbs about Sierra's productions is not so much the realization of what people will do for money, nor the sight of them doing it, but the contrast between his work's raw, undeniable factuality and its uncertain value in the wider world: between the very real currency of human life that Sierra is spending and the frighteningly speculative nature of the returns.
Not that this takes away from the fact that the USA's defence budget is frighteningly larger than anyone else's.
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