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Iwelumo took his season's tally to 14 when Edwards threaded through a precision pass which the Scotsman took around defender Gary Naysmith and goalkeeper Paddy Kenny before cracking home from the acutest of angles.
except under the pressure of the acutest grief (Darwin, 1979, p153).
For nineteenth-century biographers, one of the most compelling examples of this occurrence came with the collapse of the friendship in 1835 between le Mont Blanc of French Romanticism and the man whom Henry James would call 'the acutest critic the world has seen' (cited on p.
In an earlier chapter, having had a brief moment of respite in which he smelled the hay, felt the warm sun, and kissed the earth, before he was jolted back to work by the Kapo, Levi notes: "Alas for the dreamer the moment of consciousness that accompanies the awakening is the acutest of sufferings.
I believe that the Journal, like the conference that generated it, should function as a meeting place for readers, writers, and scholars with a common interest in the fantastic, especially since many of the acutest comments on fantasy and science fiction have come from practitioners of the genres in question: Ursula K.
It is a speech that raises in its acutest form the question of truth: What place is there for truth in public life, and what should a politician do when comfortable falsehoods have settled down in government, and their uncomfortable negations seek forlornly for a voice?
Acutest, a software testing consultancy, announced on Thursday (18 May) that it has been awarded a framework contract to provide testing and assurance services to the companies of the Royal Mail Group.
The poet-hero exemplifies the divinity for which he quests, and at his acutest moment, which spasmodic texts replay again and again with a wonder nothing can apparently blunt, he becomes conscious of precisely this fact, which is his freedom and also his fate.
To say more than human things with human voice, That cannot be; to say human things with more Than human voice, that, also, cannot be; To speak humanly from the height or from the depth Of human things, that is acutest speech.
Conway fired home a fabulous 20-yard free-kick into the top left-hand corner in 11 minutes before Wilson glanced a superb headed second from the acutest of angles.
Cecil: No, Delaval; in my acutest moments of affliction, when scarcely mistress of my desperate thoughts, I have recollected that you were the father of my infant, and all my maledictions have been changed to fervent prayers for your repentance.
Clarkson coolly sidestepped Gallagher before turning the ball into the net from the acutest of angles.