The author is sure that since we have not made such revision of our choices and have played the politics of Potemkin villages and joyful mathematics we are now suffering the consequences
and paying the price of such policies.
Some of those serving prison sentences may have not intended to kill anyone but they are now suffering the consequences
of their actions.
The Scottish Government may be attempting to address this with its Alcohol Bill, but I fear a far more radical action is required if future generations are to be prevented from suffering the consequences
Unlike public boards, private board-investor disagreements often flare into raging battles, with the company suffering the consequences
To enjoy your healthier choices of "all natural sweeteners" and avoid suffering the consequences
of "all natural decay, "we share these tips:
Poor old Helen Mary, with all her campaigning,I think her memory must be suffering the consequences
Ryn goes to the very heart of the problem when he writes: "Democracy is suffering the consequences
of an evasion of individual moral responsibility.
Families were torn apart by differences, lives were derailed for years, and, when it was all over, many had little to show for their sacrifices save the lessons life teaches about standing up for one's beliefs and suffering the consequences
Not without humor, Rist presents herself as a lost soul suffering the consequences
of what one presumes are pleasures of the flesh.
These recombinant DNA products will provide great relief to patients suffering the consequences
of the genetic aberrations.
We have already been through the nightmare of 2001 and we are still suffering the consequences
of the doctored reports of home and foreign reporters, Neskova says.