In McMafia, we have already seen two cases of defenestration
(throwing from a window) - one voluntary and one forced.
l) came most fully into its own after his critical defenestration
Trump, ever keen to be a disrupter, argued that the methods of the past need to be jettisoned to achieve a lasting peace deal, though it's hard to see how this particular defenestration
The magazine was an outpost of confusion in those days, and Cond` Nast was a castle of paranoia, its towers filled with schemers hoping to avoid defenestration
Multi-millionaire New Yorker Anthony Scaramucci ignited a firestorm of profanity, accusations, and political defenestration
before being sent packing himself.
In these pages, Ziirn explains that laziness is all that has kept her from defenestration
, and indeed the book alludes to her many traumas.
Art and and theatre everything was passionate Daughter "When I got back, I googled defenestration
and found out it was the act of falling out of a window.
The act of throwing a body from a window is called Defenestration
of so many Lib Dem MPs but particularly expenses cheat David Laws, ginger-rodent, benefits buster Danny Alexander and pit-closing Vince Cable.
What conflict was precipitated in 1648 by the Defenestration
of Prague, in which two nobles were thrown out of a window?
The same author shows that Chelcicky, besides debating with Jakoubek and probably with Jan Hus, wowed with a gathering of thousands of people on Mount Tabor, in 1419, waiting for the Kingdom of God on earth, he attended the first defenestration
of Prague (2), in the same year, and remained there until 1420.
An important part", said Sheikh Ali al-Najafi, spokesman for his father Grand Ayatollah Bashir al-Najafi, referring to Maleki's defenestration