It started out as a relaxed and exclusive preamble to Mired
, but has evolved into an unwieldy monster -- expensive, inefficient and frustratingly resistant to organization.
Muscat: His Highness Sayyid Fahd bin Mahmoud Al Said, Deputy Prime Minister for the Council of Ministers on Tuesday received Princess Dina Mired
Al Hussein, President of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) who is currently visiting the Sultanate to prepare for 2020 World Cancer Leaders Summit in Muscat.
urged state parties to the Convention to exert further efforts to ensure equal opportunities and justice and provide protection to women, children and persons with disabilities.
Without recovery Ireland will remain mired
in austerity for the foreseeable future."
Even when the story gets mired
in the details of ropes, spinnaker and spars, McDonough's gravelly voice will hold the listener's interest.
"The new socialism has left Venezuela mired
in deep poverty, due to mismanagement of public funds and misguided policy decisions, which have made people poorer."
in physics and then found himself mired
in the Great Depression and a job in the patent office of an electronics firm in New York City.
There are two problems with most of these books: first, their authors lack a true connection with the subject and are so mired
in theoretical ideas that they do little more than commodify what they claim to analyze.
Organizers found themselves mired
in red tape because wine was to be served at the event.
Otherwise, these students, mired
in system delays, may miss the beginning weeks of a semester while they are waiting for the fee and paperwork to clear.
Dietrich publicly and repeatedly complained that WHO was a bureaucracy for bureaucracy's sake, mired
in useless statement-making and conference-giving.
Though the name Benetton seems mired
back in the 1980's, their controversial ad campaigns have kept the brand name alive, albeit embattled, here in the United States.