Scourage


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pohroma
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He said we are determined to rid the country of the scourage of terrorism.
Lagunju IA, Orimadegun AE, Oyedem DG, Measles in Ibadan: A continuous scourage.
Noting some progress in slowing down this scourage, especially in developing norms and standards, Ambassador Masood Khan said much more needed to be done to ensure compliance, fight impunity and protect children's rights in the face of new risks because of the evolving nature of the conflict.
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NOW, WITH THESE WE CAN AT LONG LAST BE THE SCOURAGE OF THE CARRIBEAN AGAIN
The scourage was widely -- six blows for not shaving before serving Mass.
Kate Braverman, Ivan Gold, Peter Benchley and Raymond Carver are among the growing numbers of authors who sobered up to write powerfully in fiction and/or fact of the sad, debilitating, wasteful scourage of alcohol, rather than glamorize it in the manner of the Lost Generation.
The finding suggests a relatively inexpensive strategy for battling a scourage that currently claims the lives of about 50,000 Americans annually.
Some of them already suffer the scourage of peripheralization in the capitalist world system.
No measures would improve the bleak scenario unless scourage of corruption, bribery, nepotism and indiscipline are eradicated as warned by Quaid-e-Azam.
The wave of leaf-eating gypsy moths now surging across the eastern United States would slow to a trickle if it weren't for human activities, according to a computer model of the insect scourage.
To the New York Jamaican community, a half-million strong, the posses are a scourage.