The app's resurgence may be partly to do with an unimaginatively
named hashtag doing the rounds on social media.
named 24-Meter Street in the Saadatabad district will be retitled after actor Mohammad-Ali Keshavarz and Kokab Street in the Shahrara neighborhood will be changed to Gholam-Hossein Amirkhani Street, after the calligrapher, and Nilufar Street will be renamed in honor of actor Ali Nasirian.
The Beer Store, the unimaginatively
named, slightly Stalinist monopoly purveyor of beer in the province, has long operated from locations with all the charm of a cold-storage warehouse.
However, its proposed mechanism to regulate speech on social media through the PMRA is unimaginatively
inspired by the same prior restraint mechanisms envisioned under the existing Pemra Ordinance to regulate television content.
The government is surely acting unimaginatively
by trying to push for the establishment of PMRA unilaterally.
Throughout Wind Songs, McLean repeats phrases in multiple keys, which provides an opportunity for transposition study, but results in unimaginatively
India, March 21 -- For today's deal roundup, we have some great offers on TVs as Amazon is hosting the unimaginatively
named " Rock bottom deals " and offering devices at a lowered price.
"The demand for boutique hotels is reflective of the realigned desires of a global traveller, who is weary of the standard-fare hotels that though comfortable are unimaginatively
identical around various destinations.
THIS may come as a surprise to a lot of people but Mitsubishi have been making four-wheel-drive cars since they produced the prototype, and very unimaginatively
named, PX33 back in 1937.
In 'Pirates'' previous incarnations, however, we felt like we were onboard listless pirate ships that were navigating murky waters, with the series fielding distended but increasingly soporific variations on pretty much the same theme and formula-like the overblown and unimaginatively
derivative superhero movies we've been seeing lately (sorry, Baby Groot!).
COUNCILLOR JOAN MCTIGUE, Beechwood and Longlands Don't sell town's green spaces IT was ironic in the same issue that you announced details of a proposed office block to be erected on "a large chunk" of the unimaginatively
named Centre Square (still known to the older generation as Victoria Square) there should on another page on report of plans to convert two existing empty office blocks, a stone's throw away, into flats.
Some of the supposedly most powerful scenes of the movie are ruined by the unimaginatively
cold performance of Amr Yousef.