But instead of dropping anchor and producing a gritty century which he, and more importantly England, needed - he was out avoidably
The issue was not whether people were dying in our hospitals avoidably
, but that they were dying whilst waiting for treatment.
MOTORISTS who kill while avoidably
distracted at the wheel will face a prison sentence of up to five years under new careless driving laws which have come into force.
Pogge argues that those who uphold social rules, such as trade and economic policies, can violate human rights when these rules "foreseeably and avoidably
deprive human beings of secure access to the objects of their human rights.
I will welcome the day when social work chiefs at local councils; their chief executives, party leaders and ruling group; directors, managers and their frontline Indians (the everyone responsible) are all properly held to account when someone avoidably
dies who was entrusted to their care, or is otherwise miserably failed due to breathtaking arrogance, indifference, inexperience and incompetence.
And yesterday, Judge Henry Globe told Moran: ``A motorist has lost his life because your attention was avoidably
distracted by the use of a mobile phone.
There is a case for smartening-up New Street Station because it has been allowed, inexcusably and avoidably
, to become rundown.
The new guidelines list "using a hand-held mobile phone or other hand-held electronic equipment when the driver was avoidably
and dangerously distracted by that use" as an example of 'dangerous driving'.
The region's rugby community will once again be split this weekend, not just down the usual parochial faultlines but - more avoidably
- it will be asked to choose between club and country.
Mr Brown went on: "If 30,000 children died needlessly and avoidably
every day in America or Britain, we would call it an emergency.
So understood, a cosmopolitan conception of justice might diagnose as unjust any institutional order that, foreseeably and avoidably
, produces malnutrition, violations of civil rights, or large inequalities of opportunity.
SO Charles got avoidably
detained by something not terribly urgent in Bulgaria, did he, while they dumped a large dollop of whitewash over him and his household?