The matter will be put plainly
before your husband, as I am now putting it before you.
That was put plainly
by his agent Mino Raiola in an interview with the Times when he explained that his client desires to leave.
, we are literally borrowing from Peter to pay Paul.We must not forget that the 2014 Eurobond was preceded by an extension of the term of a maturing syndicated loan that was due that May and which had to be extended to August of that year.
, (https://www.fool.com/retirement/2019/01/27/trump-proves-social-security-forecasters-wrong.aspx) Trump proved forecasters wrong.
, there are no impediments - aside from the Gannett Board - to MNG completing the proposed transaction and for Gannett shareholders to achieve real value.
, it's a masterpiece," says Gary Rowley, who recently joined the society.
Sure, it's a grim vision of ash and soot when put plainly
, but the situation is far from hopeless.
The Guardian quoted the document as saying: "Put plainly
, this means that, to be considered valuable to the country as a whole, immigration should benefit not just the migrants themselves but also make existing residents better off."
, there is no political support for the higher taxes and spending cuts that would be necessary with a common fiscal policy.
, there is simply too much of it taking place and it needs to stop."
He said: "Put plainly
, there is simply too much of it and it needs to stop."
, you don't have to be a perinatologist to know that a child's time in the womb isn't spent in a state of suspended animation.
, this is a drudge of a war film that has almost nothing to do with alien monsters at all.
, a Brief History of Seven Killings calls for a stout heart, strong stomach and prodigious powers of concentration, but the reader so equipped will be rewarded with an experience he or she will not soon forget.
, the Constitution tells the Supreme Court to be done with any case within two years only, the Court of Appeals and Sandiganbayan within one year, and the rest (lower courts) within months.