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Lennon and Locke were two guys who gave great service and were then treated abysmally
BEIRUT: The Palestinian Democratic Youth Union (PDYU) on Tuesday called on the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) to enact a range of measures to raise the abysmally low level of education of Palestinians in Lebanon.
Rose and the Brooklyn diocese behaved abysmally and hypocriti-cally in its firing of Ms.
The tribunal chairman said: "Mrs Ali was treated abysmally because she was a Pakistani Muslim woman.
While Japan rated 1st in terms of the number of people engaged in research and development relative to its overall population, and 2nd in terms of "technical strength of its industries," it was ranked a low 81st overall in "efficiency of tax system" and an abysmally low 85th in terms of "controls on foreign investment.
MAYBE OUR NATION'S VOTER TURNOUT ISN'T SO ABYSMALLY LOW AFTER ALL--IT'S JUST ALL THE VOTES THAT ARE THROWN AWAY
The old ways were not always enlightened ways; 132 years ago we treated the disabled, people of color, gays and animals, just to take four groups, abysmally.
When Nesbitt arrived in Cambodia in November 1988, rice production, which by the end of the Khmer Rouge reign in 1979 had plummeted by 84 per cent in five years, was still abysmally low.
In the Bogus world, plaintiffs' lawyers have protected the public from "Corporate America" where the government has abysmally failed.
Giving evidence to the Environment Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee investigating the future of UK agriculture, he said: "Environmental stewardship cannot in itself provide the salvation for an industry that continues to suffer abysmally low returns and where many, including our most talented younger farmers, are leaving.
No government that has frittered away billions of dollars on risky Mars missions, many of which have failed abysmally, can cite lack of technology, risk of failure, or budget shortfalls as excuses for not developing missile defense.
She was hard-working: she could get an increasingly responsible but abysmally paid (remember, she was a woman) job with a university library, all the while caring for a child and an ailing and sometimes difficult husband, both of whom she adored.