Take Everton, they are going great guns under David Moyes and are getting 38,000 for home games - that would be a disaster at Ibrox and a catastrophy
Last night, RMT general secretary Bob Crow said: "At 125mph, it could take only a slight problem to cause a catastrophy
For example, Begil's revolt against Kazan Khan may well have been a catastrophy
for ninety thousand souls.
Ignoring global catastrophy
is no longer an option.
The extent of the catastrophy
cannot be overstated.
For many Poles he 'betrayed' the cause of the n ation; that he did this under considerable pressure and with the view 'to save what is possible' from the catastrophy
is another matter.
Yet in a world in which there are more wrong answers than right, one in which unprecedented questions are fast arising, policy drift that responds primarily to extemporaneous exgencies or pseudo-exgencies may imperil the ship of state when unforeseen catastrophy
It is clear that catastrophy
will be the result of either extreme - unemployment prevention at any cost or laissez faire.
As with survivor responses to catastrophy
, work on PSTD could inform the world of organizational change if the events are viewed as traumatic by its onlookers and recipients in the organizations.
Mencken wrote that "every intelligent man looks for a catastrophy
, and if it comes there will be a colossal massacre of Jews.
They know the chances of success are so slim, the chances of death so great, and there's the ever present possibility of a partially successful effort -- the patient is alive but requiring a ventilator, has suffered a serious stroke, or other medical catastrophy
No doubt the ideological--even zealous--character of Louis' crusade at the onset contributed to the early catastrophy