asudden

asudden

(əˈsʌdən)
adv
in an abrupt manner
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aSudden distraint upon the whole property of a debtor for a debt of BGN 50, whereby oneas existence is blocked and huge inconveniences and financial burden are generated,a she explained.
ASUDDEN death is being investigated by police after firefighters were called to a house fire yesterday morning.
A statement on state news agency WAM said hejoined the fourth batch of National Servicerecruits last weekand died at thetraining centre in Al Ain on Sunday nightafter asudden heart attack.
Any hope of a shock was brought to asudden halt midway through the first half as Cummings and Stevenson struck within 120 second.
Abscond anchovies, asudden an Adelie armada, all abreast and aqua aboil, accelerates across an abyss and appetites are abated.
ASUDDEN invasion of grey squirrels has put a small North East colony of reds in danger.
Asudden crop of casualties -Devaney among them -represents a threat to Tranmere''s positive start.
Asudden cataclysmic event on the ocean floor more than 500 million years ago has led to one of the most interesting artefacts to end up in the hands of a Birmingham store.
All of asudden there was firing towards the helicopters from theground," said Nasir Khan, a resident of the town.
ASUDDEN decision to attend a Strawbs concert in Southend set in motion a strange and somewhat sad set of coincidences for Chris Peckham.
Asudden plunge in temperature around 5pm led to an inspection after the 5.
People who are out of the picture all of asudden get their chanceand Jeff Kenna has grasped the opportunity better than most over the last month,' said Bruce.