The exhibition is called Decadence - The Definition of the Dissolute
In the pretext of Dr Tahir ul Qadri demands to dissolute
national and provincial assemblies, he said that he had been demanded something for which he had no power or authority.
The findings have now shed doubts on the stereotype that evening people are somehow dissolute
The assistant professor of business ethics at Georgetown University and a research fellow at Harvard University in the US, Sunita Sah, said that the results of the research had shook the stereotype about evening people being somehow dissolute
, as the early rising larks were seen to be more ethical in the morning and the 'owls' were more principled during the night
A In a statement the Church urged the state and city institutions, as well as the organizers of the event, to cancel athis march of proud sina and the accompanying events and exhibitions, because of their aunnatural and dissolute
Stuart blends the sound of classic Velvets and the Stones at their most dissolute
on this 2CD set which combines his previous releases Can O'Worms and Retroneuvo.
Amusements in flashing wild-coloured lights declared The garish sign, An invitation to the dissolute
TODAY The Hollow Crown - Henry IV Part 1 (BBC Two, 9pm) Tom Hiddleston is Prince Hal, a happy-go-lucky chap whose dedication to hanging out at Mistress Quickly's tavern with the dissolute
Falstaff and his companions really annoys his father, the King.
His spiritual autobiography recounts his dissolute
teenage years, dramatic conversion, and persistent preaching - often staying a step or two ahead of the authorities.
Entrepreneur John Whyte was behind the ambitious plan to build a rival to tracks such as Epsom and Ascot, but The Times described it as "a disgusting petty botheration" when it opened and added that it attracted "dirty and dissolute
He denies that the commission will get dissolute
while experts say that the geography textbook for second year of high-school must be immediately withdrawn as it is filled with errors.
The Gospel is still read at Mass, and every so often the pope or some other prelate will scold the greedy or cruel in general, but the active agenda of the Roman hierarchy seems based on a line from the Book of Leviticus and a page by a fourth-century bishop, who, burnt out by his dissolute
youth, condemned all earthly pleasures.