To quote the late professor William Barclay of Glasgow University: "To listen to the other side of the question can be a salutary
experience." I firmly believe that no professor of theology can be an effective teacher without studying all the faiths/religions of the world.
Williams claims that the story of arsenic poisoning (from wallpaper and fabrics as well as vengeful partners) is 'a salutary
warning against trusting in chemicals:
"It's always salutary
when you write 10 words and you can actually do it with five," she says.
The Hygienic Design Series is thus entitled to bear the label 'Hygiene-tested' as a testament to its use as a safe and salutary
lesson to those who have wasted a great opportunity for Birmingham to prosper.
But while fat cat Stephen Hughes and cronies enjoy the festivities he can be mindful of one taxpayer who may well use the Freedom of Information Act to establish the true cost of the event as to who paid for what and maybe this warning will serve as a salutary
lesson to keep costs down in the interests of the hard-working taxpayers of Birmingham.
In one state, however, it looks like reduced services will have at least one salutary
A public boycott of NCP car-parks in Cardiff could teach these greedy investors a salutary
lesson.But has the public got the nous and necessary determination, to do this?
Jalapeno peppers do contain capsaicin, but it's impossible to say whether the substance delivers the salutary
They are salutary
counterpoints to the homogeneity, predictability, and control that the rest of the built environment imposes upon us.
The designated cultural rememberer or collector is thus presented as equivalent both to the absent interlocutor or stranded companion, and to the public fool whose storytelling blends salutary
mockery with gleeful revenge.