nuclear watchdog about its plans to build 10 new uranium enrichment sites beyond the barest
minimum required under the International Non Proliferation Treaty.
Hayek received a lifetime achievement award, as did Lucy Liu who attended the event wearing a sexy beige number printed with the barest
traces of feathers.
Morris' deal is way complex and I've outlined only the barest
expressly intends an analysis of film qua film, she offers only the barest
allusions to the cinematic grammar of her first case study, Camille Claudel (Bruno Nuytten, 1988).
Analysts said that banks need to employ techniques that can reduce risks to the barest
Playing an Exeter side still harbouring title hopes, with pressure mounting on them in the scramble to avoid the one remaining relegation place, and with a squad stripped to the barest
bones - Cov probably setting a record by naming three of their coaches on the bench - this was still the unlikeliest of results.
But the brave Kiwis went down fighting, Nathan McCullum (10 not out) hitting a six off the last ball to ensure his team went down by the barest
We grew this award-winning hybrid at our Menlo Park, California, campus--in our cool coastal region, it grew thick, fleshy walls with just the barest
hint of heat.
Police appealed for "the barest
scrap" of information.
The Boat": We slip through the darkness, feeling in the boat's rocking/the heaviness of water, under us, around us;//a halo of light in the west, the barest
of moons,/ the least moon possible.
This is to minimize risk to the barest
level, while, at the same time, achieving the best investment results with high yields for our shareholders and clients.
Characteristically but again unsurprisingly, he makes not the barest
nod to the undeniable fact that much of the economic and political "inequality" that he deplores is directly traceable to the breakdown of the family, a breakdown that in turn is traceable to the very welfare programs that he apparently wishes to justify.