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Council leader Russell Goodway and fellow senior councillors were at the centre of a public furore early in 2000 after they accepted a report from an independent commission established by the council.
As Berry writes, it might well have been sound policy to `stay out of the nuclei' as we contemplated the furore of biology.
I could understand there might be a furore if I had jumped in with no top on and flirted suggestively with someone.
The furore poses a huge test of Giggs's experience and Ferguson's ability to galvanise his squad ahead of the climax of the season at Wembley.
Furore PR will be working with Oxynergy Paris and Barcelonabased Fusion Mesotherapy, signifying a return for the agency to its beauty roots.
A BOOKSHOP that cancelled a poetry reading because of a Christian protest has accused the author of deliberately inciting the furore to promote his work.
RACE row Big Brother star Jade Goody jetted into India yesterday but refused to comment on the furore.
ON reading the report by Gareth Hughes, ``Furore as non-welsh judge is appointed'' (October 13), I was not in the least surprised the North Wales magistrates court committee on learning their calls for a fluent in welsh had been ignored there was a furore.
Ne prima il concreato furore trapassava, che le lagrime abbondevolissimamente per gli occhi uscissero" becomes "The fury thus created did not pass, but the tears flowed from my eyes abundantly" [56]), are generally better translated than this opening section, but such details are important for any classroom use of this text.
The move, which comes hot on the heels of the pasty tax furore, will raise just pounds 10million for the taxman but will hit manufacturers and customers heavily.
Furore PR will be working with design duo Andrea Watson and Joanna Davies to promote the Custard Factory-based brand, which was launched last year.
They opened with three Monteverdi motets: Cantate Dominum, Domine, ne in furore and Christe, adoramus te.