He lays his own dead corpse beneath the underpinning
, as one may say, and hangs his frowning picture on the wall, and, after thus converting himself into an evil destiny, expects his remotest great-grandchildren to be happy there.
It had the usual country- schoolhouse form--belonged to the packing-box order of architecture; had an underpinning
of stones, a moss-grown roof, and blank window spaces, whence both glass and sash had long departed.
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After all, the newer the underpinning
, the more reliable you might expect it to be.
Tony Dyhouse, knowledge transfer director at TSI, added: "Our daily lives and industrial processes are now heavily reliant on a wide range of underpinning
the strategy are the union principles of collective and determined action and democratic processes.
However, Labour and the Tories have been embroiled in a war of words over the negotiations and have differing views over the argument for 'statutory underpinning
We can have tough self-regulation of the press with million pound fines, prominent apologies, without having the potentially chilling effect that statutory underpinning
The PM's amendment to the Crime and Courts Bill will not provide statutory underpinning
for the new regulator, but will allow courts to impose "exemplary damages" on newspapers which refuse to sign up to the system.
whether the new Independent Press Regulator should be underpinned by legislation from the House of Commons, but it needs to be stressed, legislative underpinning
is not statutory regulation, which nobody wants, including the main political parties.
It seems it has not been a fiasco after all and that if it had not been for the invaluable assistance of our generous-toa-fault major bookmaker friends arriving on white chargers to save the day by underpinning
the levy deal, the delay could have been even longer.
THE royal wedding will highlight the values underpinning
Christian marriage, one of the most senior Roman Catholic clerics in England and Wales has said.