The Kashmir issue remains one of the prickliest
in the world, as it is not simply about religion or social problems.
THORNBACKS are the prickliest
and most-often-encountered members of the big family of rays.
One of the prickliest
encounters of these years, the discussion of Union between England and Scotland, receives only cursory mention (in comparison with the extensive treatment of Puritanism and recusancy).
For one thing, Bush has the prickliest
of relationships with the wisemen of his father's administration, as Bob Woodward meticulously documents in State of Denial.
Fast food giant McDonald's has come under fire for failing to protect one of its prickliest
of these, which for the rebels has been a major bone of contention, is the sanction of Cote d'Ivoire's chief political players to be allowed to compete in presidential elections.
Most significantly, the juncture of women and fashion points up the prickliest
internal contradiction in patriarchy's construction of femininity.
Yet these two are forever placed upon the too-difficult pile by politicians who lack the guts or the creativity to tackle the prickliest
Questions also remain over issues of prize-money and sponsors, but Ascot's break from the other major courses that formed Racing UK has proved the prickliest
Succession--the transmission of ownership and control of 4 business from one generation of family to the next--is one of the prickliest
issues facing family businesses.
FAST food giant McDonald's has caved in after facing its prickliest
customers yet - HEDGEHOGS.
He said he had spoken to French President Jacques Chirac - traditionally America's prickliest
ally in Western Europe - and has also been involved in talks with his Swedish, Spanish, Irish and German counterparts, among others, since the crisis began.