He sought comfort in clinging to the contemplation of the only fact of life
that the resolute efforts of mankind had never failed to disguise in the clatter and glamour of phrases.
But there is another fact of life
here in our part of the world which is responsible for reviving, refreshing and restoring people's faith in humanity.
Out-of-control growth, poor planning and tight budgets have made urban chaos a normal fact of life
, like these floods, created by heavy rains in Mexico City.
Still, the possibility of major earthquakes remains a fact of life
in San Francisco (see sidebar).
Second, organized crime is a fact of life
in New Orleans.
Fat is a fact of life
for creatures great and small, but researchers know little about why some stem cells transform into fat cells rather than, for example, muscle or bone.
Although this is not the best health trend, it is a fact of life
Narrated with straightforward simplicity, this novel offers constructive ways to help children deal with a painful fact of life