The OFT appears powerless or, more sinisterly
, is turning a blind eye.
TWO years ago I was cutting up bodies but now it's all about my music," says Jay Sean somewhat sinisterly
Terri's case is one the few times that we have had the opportunity to expose how sinisterly
"Right to Die" groups conduct themselves.
There was the supposed transporter of biotoxins that turned out to be a truck from the health department; the sinisterly
enlarged test ramp for long-range missiles that was nothing of the sort; the suspect facility that had recently been cleared by the UN inspection teams; the strange eavesdropped conversations that could just as well have been Iraqi officers discussing how to hide stills for making bootleg whiskey.
In a piece that used that wonderful it-could-only-happen-in-racing expression `tenderly ridden' in conjunction with a verdict of `as bad a case as we've seen for some time' from Malcolm Wallace, the Jockey Club's sinisterly
titled director of regulation, Jonjo took the opportunity to issue one of the fullest and frankest responses to an official slap in the belly with a wet fish that it has ever been my privilege to read.
When these otherwise unremarkable changes occur together, you have what doctors now call "metabolic syndrome" (also "insulin resistance syndrome" or more sinisterly
This concept sinisterly
combined both the therapeutic language of Alcoholics Anonymous with Kinsey's "scientific" orgasm-counting in a curious revival of Victorian moralism.
In the climactic scene, Leonard is given all this information by Teddy, a corrupt policeman (elfishly and sinisterly
portrayed by Joe Pantoliano) whom Leonard has reason to distrust.
There is a wealth of neatly constructed solos, duos and trios, sweeping ensembles and sinisterly
approaching warriors, and there is a fabulously bizarre piece for Nijinsky's suffering brother, then the elegant ballroom dances for the rich and glitzy.
, he should then remind her that "without suffering infamy, she can be your friend, and at the great price of her honor, your enemy.
These examples illustrate how media culture's discourses, techniques, images, artefacts and themes serve as `soft propaganda' legitimating and, perhaps more sinisterly
, naturalising NATO's involvement in the Yugoslav conflict.
Fulham manager Ray Wilkins and Chief Operating Officer (whatever that is) Keegan face other problems described almost sinisterly
by Margate groundsman Ray Baker: "Our team like the grass thickish and Fulham won't be used to that.