We will conduct further hearing of the case when responsible officer of AGPR will make payment of Rs 20000 out of his own pocket to those who are wandering hither and thither
The songs flit hither and thither
from the start of an affair (Colour Me In) to the I-can't-takethis-anymore gentle explosion of The Box ("I have tried but I don't fit into this box you call a gift").
While my sister-in-law ran hither and thither
, looking for special spices and sauces, I was content to stand and stare, mesmerised by the multi-hued tapestry of life itself.
In a dismal and decaying urban environment, sick, dirty, or barely alive animals (flea-infested dogs, cats, pigeons) scattered hither and thither
are the ultimate evidence of the social disaster affecting late 1970s Italy.
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All the labourers in area are suffering and running hither and thither
for help," he added.
Ever since I was a child, I've wanted to spend a day at a railways control room, just to see how they organise all the trains that go hither and thither
all over the country.
Men brazenly occupied seats reserved for ladies, steadily ignoring the fact that hapless women and children were mercilessly pushed around hither and thither
by the unruly crowd.
In the first, Beckett describes how Arsene looks at Watt: " 'The gentleman gazed long at Watt, and then went away, without a word of explanation' " (141); in the second, Joyce describes the bird girl: " 'Long, long she suffered his gaze and then quietly withdrew her eyes from his and bent them towards the stream, gently stirring the water with her foot hither and thither
' " (141).
Media reports now and again offer the fleeting hope of the first signs of economic recovery hither and thither
, but inasmuch as some Bulgarian officials are concerned, the credit crunch and the economic recession might as well have never happened.
On the other side Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani kept on looking hither and thither
In fact, such has been the manic veering and swerving on the subject of Kauto Star over the past seven days, come King George time I fully expect Nick Luck to show up in the paddock at Kempton with a pair of big wavy arms and a swingometer to explain to us just how the weight of opinion has shifted hither and thither
But at the same time, we hear from many ruling and opposition lawmakers that in Nagatacho these days, the ''atmosphere is such that you really can't even start to talk about caution against sanctions.'' But it will certainly not do for politicians to merely go hither and thither
swayed by the current ''atmosphere.''
Waiters were indeed hurrying hither and thither
with glasses of foaming beer, and not hesitate either to step fight over any one so unfortunate as to intervene between themselves and a probable customers, but they looked as if they had been boiling--I tried several times to get out, but was reduced to a state of submission by cries of"sit down, sit down." I got out when the game was over, glad at least the Baltimore had lost and the rooters had hollered themselves hoarse for nothing.
There are alarums and excursions featuring a parrot and a defibrilator, and the scene closes with Eddie dragged hither and thither
by a fearsomely realistic wild boar, kept by the pair for its nourishing milk.