I had, however, the less diffidence in that it would have a technical interest for her, being indeed no other than a song of cycling a deux which had been suggested by one of those alarmist
danger-posts always placed at the top of the pleasantest hills, sternly warning the cyclist that "this hill is dangerous,"--just as in life there is always some minatory notice-board frowning upon us in the direction we most desire to take.
However, I don't want to depress you and play the alarmist
so soon after your return to London.
The far-famed secret agent [delta] of the late Baron Stott-Wartenheim's alarmist
despatches was not the man to break into such mysteries.
The other day I read in some paper or other an alarmist
article on the tireless activity of the revolutionary parties.
Come with me to Aldershot next week, and I will show you that those who say that we have no army are ignorant alarmists
On September 14, Abbott was overthrown by members of his own party in an uprising led by global-warming alarmist
Malcolm Turnbull, who unceremoniously replaced the former prime minister until parliamentary elections scheduled for next year.
Despite the alarmist
rhetoric espoused by anti-energy activists and politicians, the environment is getting better.
warnings often distract parents from the real dangers and legitimate risks facing kids.
scares over fracking and climate AGAIN Trefor Davies expresses alarmist
views on fracking (letters, April 1).
The language in this advert was alarmist
and misleading and does not help the debate on this complex matter.
FORMER ENERGY chief Solon Kassinis yesterday called on the press to stop being alarmist
about the size of gas reserves in Block 12 of Cyprus' exclusive economic zone (EEZ), claiming the country's hydrocarbon reserves were "huge".
Both the government and the army yesterday dismissed the report as alarmist