IN the morning we went up to the village and bought a wire rat-trap and fetched it down, and unstopped
the best rat-hole, and in about an hour we had fifteen of the bulliest kind of ones; and then we took it and put it in a safe place under Aunt Sally's bed.
Not in those very words, but if we leave an earth unstopped
, it is the same as though we wished to save Abu Hussein from the hounds.
The Blind Girl never knew that ceilings were discoloured, walls blotched and bare of plaster here and there, high crevices unstopped
and widening every day, beams mouldering and tending downward.
There was too much of bullying with me and that is going on unstopped
," he complained without accusing anybody or any office directly.
The parade of federal agency malfeasance has gone on unstopped
during this administration.
And then, it happened: The tanks and armored cars rumbled across the border, unstopped
The subject of the public contract must be new, unused, overhauled, unstopped
The ongoing Ukraine crisis will not only have devastating humanitarian consequences but also potentially destabilise the whole region if it remains unstopped
, UN refugee chief Antonio Guterres said in a statement.
According to a new analysis, written by David Phillips, behind all the discreet -- and apparently unstopped
-- arms assistance to IS lies Turkey's Humanitarian Aid Foundation (yHH).
He added that "I have come to my second country the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia conveying to its King, government and people the greetings of the people of the Kingdom of Bahrain who will never forget the noble Saudi positions by the side of Bahrain and its continual support and unstopped
support for Bahrain even in the worst situations, a matter that made us consider Saudi Arabia a strategic depth to Bahrain as our partnership is lifelong and our unity is inevitable.
They will be, should they slip through passport control unnoticed or unstopped
, a potentially deadly enemy within.
The more pipes which were unstopped
, the harder the men had to work to produce enough wind to keep the sound of the organ in tune.