Our meddling intellect Misshapes
the beauteous forms of things.
Sure, I am ok to sweat under bright lights and have a heavy-mic pack permanently misshape
the waistband of a skirt, but, reader, only if it's worth it.
We in newspapers are assaulted every day with claims that we abuse our position to subvert truth and misshape
To bridge the gap between police and community, community policing concept has been introduced, that has been added in Police Act as Police liaison Committee's, in which local representative were identified any misshape
or any suspected activity and they informed the police of the area.
Laboratory tests show that polymer banknotes misshape
and melt on temperature higher than 120 Celsius degrees which means that they won't damage in the laundry machine, they are cleaner and more difficult to counterfeit.
demonstrating how OCD works to misshape
a life from a very young age?
Attached to the back of the saddle is a rawhide cylinder that appears to be quite old given it's misshape
The topics include a ten-year journey of cooperation, whether relevance and rigor can co-exist, professional associations supporting useful research, how business schools shape and misshape
management research, and an engaged scholarship perspective.
Built around the biographies of key individuals who helped to shape (or more frequently, misshape
) the region's political and economic future, they outline a number of key moments in modern Middle Eastern history from the closing decades of the nineteenth century up to the present.
Doing so damages not only the MIG gun, but it also can dent or misshape
the nozzle, rendering it unusable.
But when it doesn't work, it can misshape
a program unintentionally and cause all kinds of problems.
"Especially from the World War II era on, parents have had an inordinate fear that any little thing they do may permanently misshape
their child's psyche." This fear is particularly intense in the boomers, the first generation fully raised under such a supposition.