Ms Wood said: "This hard-hitting report confirms what many people who work in the criminal justice system already know - that women offenders are often treated as an afterthought
He has few, if any, changes in mind for the Afterthought
, which he agrees "has been around forever.
"To survive in these increasingly challenging market conditions, the industry can't afford to consider such issues as an afterthought
Does this mean he treats the position of being the first citizen in the borough as an afterthought
? How he imagined he could ful-fil the duties of mayor, borough councillor and county councillor is beyond my comprehension.
"McGowan's Retreat" tells the story of Shelly Martin and Davis McGowan, who are slowly dragged into a corporate cesspool where ethics are an afterthought
Nothing had improved 20 years later when Snow Hill was reopened as an afterthought
tucked under a horrible multi-storey car park.
Perhaps as an afterthought
they might be a little sorry?
Gary Roughead explained, "Naval Aviation has grown from a tactical afterthought
and support capability to a primary instrument of our national security.
As an afterthought
perhaps all Welsh people living beyond the border should rise up and demand that Heddlu be placed on English police vehicles, so that they would know what they were.
A tribute to the many fine craftsmen and employees at Smith's Dock should have been recognised many years ago, and not what could be now classed as an afterthought
Even Lewis Hamilton's quest for pole at Monza is strictly an afterthought
Of Light" is a compelling and very highly recommended collection of superbly crafted poems by Victor M.