The Lebanese Civil War is the harshest and most unshakeably
etched in our contemporary minds.
polite, seemingly unable to address me in the informal singular form of Greek (I'm an older person, you see) despite my repeated pleas.
The word "movie" also has its roots in phrases evoking the sense of "moving pictures," but the audience that created and unshakeably
embraced the term "movie" chose a term that described the relationship the common audience had with the cinema.
In all his correspondence, Viscardo frequently mentioned his extreme poverty, worried about how he would feed and clothe himself, and became unshakeably
bitter about the quality of his life in expensive Europe (Viscardo 15 March 1784).
If the manag compe male ex tar loC If the appointment of a new manager is a wotsit-waving competition between alphamale executives, then they'll target Pep Guardiola (and lose out to Manchester City), Carlo Ancelotti (and lose out to Bayern Munich) or perhaps even appoint the wholly unsuitable Jose Mourinho - more tactically defensive and unshakeably
arrogant than even Van Gaal.
Art student Angelique is unshakeably
, madly in love with Loic, a married cardiologist whose wife is expecting her first child.
He believed unshakeably
that race was a meaningful category, and indeed expressed his hostility to 'mulattoes' in racist terms (although this was largely confined to private correspondence).
With these important facts are associated others, the authenticity of which rests unshakeably
upon the authenticity of the former.
Third, I am unshakeably
prejudiced against those who propagate the big lie.
Evidently, though, after accepting Ferguson's recommendation of Moyes, United's view of the situation remains unshakeably
the same - something former striker Michael Owen is in agreement with.
Although some elements of the three games may now be showing their age, there is still plenty of reason to return to this franchise, thanks to unshakeably
solid gameplay and its constant ability to surprise.
Bit by bit there forms a system of what is believed, and in that system some things stand unshakeably
fast and some are more or less liable to shift.