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Related to disquieting: pellucidity, indulgently, unsparing
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ISLAMABAD, May 05, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Pakistan has described as disquieting CIA chief Leon Panettas revelation that no intelligence about the US raid that killed Osama bin Laden was shared with Islamabad for fear that the operation would be jeopardised.
Islamabad, May 05, 2011 (Frontier Star): Pakistan has described as disquieting CIA chief Leon Panettas revelation that no intelligence about the US raid that killed Osama bin Laden was shared with Islamabad for fear that the operation would be jeopardised.
He added: "It's disquieting in a situation like this that a person relatively newly arrived on the political front has the capacity to spend more than all the parties put together in Ireland in a campaign like this.
More disquieting news about the CIA, this from David E.
That it's set a mere 21 years into the future makes its familiar dystopian drama all the more disquieting.
However, in a trend that North American airlines will find disquieting (but not the business travelers), US domestic flights declined to $216 ([pounds sterling]124) one-way in 2005, its lowest for six years.
To quote from the review of the audiobook in KLIATT, May 2005: In a slice-of-life novel, Bobby Burns, age 12 in 1962, tells of life in a small English town at a disquieting time.
One doesn't enter by way of the grand stairway but by means of a cramped elevator, and, as often in Buchel's works, the journey starts in a depressing waiting room, where a disquieting surveillance video showing a suicide in a police station loops in endless repetition.
Plus, one other thing, an ugly little disquieting trend in sports journalism--the many little splotches of news that made you realize that a lot of bad stuff was going on in sports.
That an article as this would appear in a publication whose editor has relatively quick and easy access to Rob Repicky or the Basilian General Council and yet who did not attempt to check out this story with either of them on this mattter is profoundly disquieting and regrettable.
The disquieting question is: What does it say for the GOP--particularly to African Americans--that it would allow Lott to be a spokesperson and leader of their party?
These days such deathly still memorial silence in the theater may not be rare, but this silence is itself disquieting, unnatural; the audience collectively exhaled held breath when the minute was over and the performing could resume.