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But the glance that glides through the disarray of muslins rumpled in sleep enjoys, as it were, a feast of stolen fruit glowing between the leaves on a garden wall.
A lot of civilians are being freed from the hands of the insurgents who have been in disarray now.
The UK government is in denial and disarray over its arms sales to the Saudi-led coalition bombing campaign in Yemen.
And "Hezbollah" with Aoun THE DAILYSTAR: Fresh violence jolts Beirut, Cabinet in disarray -- Fresh violence erupted between security forces and protesters in Downtown Beirut Tuesday night as the Free Patriotic Movement's ministers and their allies withdrew from a Cabinet session over partnership, throwing the government into further disarray.
THE DEPARTED THE DEPARTED SHAME C4 10PM The ordered life of New York sex addict Michael Fassbender is thrown into disarray by the arrival of unstable sister, Carey Mulligan.
The couple later went out, and returned to find their home in disarray and money taken.
Also, Chancellor George Osborne's spending plans would also be thrown into disarray.
Ian, CumbriaCliffs was in disarray Sympathy to connections of Canford Cliffs demoralised by his destruction by Frankel.
Put in, the Bears were in disarray at 63 for six just after lunch before MacLeod (103 not out) and Ateeq Javid (70) put on 158 for the seventh wicket against an experienced visiting attack.
Fearn's exit has left the club's plans for next season in disarray as the board are ready to revise their budget.
It is in total disarray, contrary to what is being bandied about in the media," Nograles said.
He said: "The closure of Castle Hall has now thrown the whole Building Schools For The Future programme into complete disarray and it looks like it's back to the drawing board.