, India has revoked its previous policy of 'no nuclear first strike' Forgotten is Mrs Indira Gandhi's contention that India's nuclear programme was only for peaceful purposes.
It claimed the visit was fabricated an offered an 'alternate' narrative with a provocative headline that read: "Egyptian "Hamas agent" disguises as a Saudi national to sinisterly
create rifts between Palestinians and Saudis".
In fact, there's something sinisterly
alluring about the film's provocative meditation on sin and culpability as it tells the story of two cops, Brett Ridgeman (Mel) and Anthony Lurasetti (Vince), who turn to crime after getting suspended for six weeks over a botched operation.
But he's the Grandmaster Flash of the nebulous phrase, sinisterly
referring to his mysterious powers of persusion (waterboarding?
In a desperate bid to appease her, Jacob smashes her phone and Maya grins sinisterly
A man who broke into his ex-partner's home at night and sinisterly
stood over her while she slept has been jailed.
She wrote: "I didn't have to endure any more of the sinisterly
glistening and unidentifiable substances served up to me on a plate embarrassingly described as 'food'."
, I was automaticallly signed up for a continuous payment scheme.
Even more sinisterly
, I had the look of a grainy Crimewatch video still - 'have any of the viewers seen this dodgy looking radgie?' The company (if such a name is for such a crew of spivs and robbers) that were billing (or should I say scamming me) apparently ran a network of such rackets across the country.
Now, the 15-year-old is "too terrified" to return to the school after a gang of up to a dozen youths pelted his Shawhead home with eggs and sinisterly
shouted his name outside.
There can be no question at all that the Hibs boss has been singled out for all manner of religiously aggravated abuse and often the threats made against him have had a sinisterly
paramilitary undertone, such as the wretched message daubed on a wall outside Tynecastle last week, demanding his execution.
Though the narrators of the stories at times seem jaded or weary, complaining of "sinisterly
tedious" Shanghai nights, irritating companions, insomnia, and the dislocation of travel, there is a sense of determined and accomplished drifting -- both physically and mentally.