After we lost the League to Leeds in 1992 we just needed someone things down because it was a team of great energy and drive about it but maybe not the subtleness
to change the face of the game.
It has the tang of a salsa but with a more laid-book fruitiness, which has the spice you need for a marinade but the subtleness
of a sauce.
that harassment can take and how readily someone's actions can be misinterpreted are important for everyone to understand.
among these guys--the KGB, FSB, SVR, GRU crowd--is not always a highly coveted trait.
It requires adroitness of mind, a theological subtleness
, and an altogether unreasonable approach to history, for any Anglican clergyman to call himself a priest in the Catholic sense, or to proclaim that he "reserves the Blessed Sacrament.
We have to be aware and accept that is it happening, and we can't let there be any more subtleness
about it, that is the only way it will stop.
Diagnosis of TPP at the initial encounter is often delayed and confused with more familiar causes of hypokalemia and lower-extremity paralysis, partially because of the subtleness
of the thyrotoxicosis and partially because of unawareness about this disorder (3).
My objections to this material are not religiously nor politically based but are instead based on my sense of decency, tastefulness and on perhaps the appreciation of subtleness
and finesse, none of which were apparent in either performance.
In this subtleness
lies the State Park system's greatest gift--the remarkable access to the state's abundance.
Considering the embossed metalized surface, the halftone areas are well produced and the subtleness
of the bands in the background look good.
of this prejudice and corresponding discrimination was articulated by Valerie: "I don't know how to stress the subtlety of it and the obviousness of it at the same time.
Fortunately, for the prestige Japanese marque, it's been well worth the wait, in terms of subtleness