But the plan to open up what used to be called the Ashington, Blyth and Tyne Line (now rechristened, less cumbersomely
, the Northumberland Line) is now getting into the nittygritty of what will happen and when.
A case in point is the writing of Mosh Sneh, (11) in his cumbersomely
named On the National Question: Conclusions in the Light of Marxism-Leninism.
Embargoed against US newswires, the cumbersomely
announced title, Galaxy Digital, First Coin and Bradmer Pharmaceuticals Announce Business Combination and Establishment of Blockchain, Digital Asset and Cryptocurrency Platform, hit the web on 9 January 2018, timestamped at 08:10 EST.
Once done, we reach cumbersomely
the following three relations for the coefficients, satisfying
In contrast, Angel's portions of the book veer cumbersomely
from one key concept to another: dependability (Frederick needs to keep her secret), danger (she has been missing for a lot longer than she initially promised), and personal triumph (she and Frederick survive together).
The strength of some phrases in Czech are lost when they are cumbersomely
translated into English; for instance, the English translation from one narrator states, "People shouting 'Havel for President,' you know, we all went crazy" when in fact the people were shouting, "Havel na hrad!" ("Havel to the Castle!") (p.
The very simple illustration conjures up a new tomorrow in which bigger drones would be tasked with what vans are more slowly and cumbersomely
doing now, delivering packages people have ordered online or via phone, no human driver and assistants involved!
Originally rather cumbersomely
entitled The Robert William and Florence Amy Brant International Pianoforte Competition (and heaven help any scribe who failed to record the full monty), the event was launched in 1979 by a remarkable and formidable lady, Gladys Lily Brant.
This small person in the heavy dress had to be hoisted into the cumbersomely
ornate gilt state coach, on which painted nymphs and cherubs frolicked across the roof and peeped in the windows.
While it is a truism that the vocalization of Ugaritic is fraught with ambiguity, I question the pedagogical benefit of this aspect of Huehnergard's presentation, especially--to take just one example among many--when it results in even a standard epistolary phrase such as mrhqtm qlt ("at a distance I fall") in lines 10-11 of CAT 2.12 (the first text in the chrestomathy) being vocalized rather cumbersomely
as [marhaqta/u-mv qalatu/qaltu/qiltu] (p.
So the right slogan in this campaign might be, "It's the living standards, stupid." Or, more accurately (though more cumbersomely
): "It's the perception of future living standards, stupid, and the perception of fairness surrounding those prospects." Either way, the point is straightforward: statistical recovery is not enough.
"Enterprises can maintain cloud operations either comfortably or cumbersomely
based on how well the domains are defined and how best the policies, procedures and guidelines are created and practised, points out Senthil Kumar M, CISO, Rane Holdings.