and Deviation, two FTC teams featuring District 203 and 204 middle schoolers and high school students, also will be at the Demo with smaller, 18- by 18- by 18-inch robots that can be driven around.
DEPUTY HEADS ROLL AT M&S It's back to square one for Steve Rowe, Marks & Spencer chief executive, who has inherited the leadership of its clothing business for the second time following yesterday's defenestration
of Jill McDonald.
Hence the defenestration
of May and the search for a new leader who can somehow make the delivery before the party has to face the voters again.
WHEN the Brexit saga comes to be written - on the assumption that it will ever end - the past week will have a chapter of its own: | the defenestration
of a tearful Theresa May and the launch of yet another Tory beauty parade; | a crowing victory parade by the Farageists and the utter humiliation of the so-called "natural party of government"; | a scarcely less humiliating defeat for Labour, with Plaid Cymru beating it in a national election in Wales for the first time in nearly 100 years; and | within days, the sound of a dull thud as the Labour leadership in London and Cardiff finally falls off the tightrope of ambiguity to allow the party to become what the majority of its members have always wanted it to be, a party of Remain.
Ruth Davidson's optimistic, policy-rich conference speech, effectively firing the starting gun for Holyrood 2021, was followed at first minister's questions when Labour MSP Jenny Marr had Nicola Sturgeon reeling with an unanswerable attack on the state of education in Dundee, followed by Willie Rennie on her knee-jerk U-turn on airport tax and a masterclass defenestration
of the SNP's 12 years in power.
We report a case of a 38-year-old woman who was admitted to our trauma centre following a suicide attempt by defenestration
. On arrival at the triage zone, the patient was sedated and mechanically ventilated.
Being on the wrong end of such a brutal act of defenestration
might have finished some players, but Jones showed himself made of sterner stuff.
Corbyn's are as dangerous as May's But equally good was Tom Watson's defenestration
of the PM.
They were documented to have killed the victims by charcoal burning, strangulation, mutilation, or defenestration
. They all attempted suicide immediately after the killing and had histories of mental illness: paranoid schizophrenia (n = 2), severe depressive disorder with psychotic symptoms (n = 1), and recurrent depressive disorder (n = 1).
has been one of the #MeToo movement's most prominent success stories: the decisive defenestration
of a known pervert whose comeuppance was long overdue.
I can answer in one word: It is victory, victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror; victory, however long and hard the road may be; for without victory, there is no survival." That victory, as Charmley has pointed out, resulted in the dissolution of the British Empire, and more immediately, in Churchill's own defenestration
by the war-weary British electorate in the elections of 1945.
"In McMafia, we have already seen two cases of defenestration
(throwing from a window) - one voluntary and one forced.