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It's the first time astronomers witnessed the merging of two neutron stars (the collapsed, incomprehensibly dense cores of high-mass stars).
Farley also went "wild" with officers and ranted incomprehensibly, saying at one point: "I am God.
plays Champagne An aristocrat who enjoys lecturing the working class on good manners while beating them up, Hart is incomprehensibly positioned as an aspirational figure.
They are both incomprehensibly Byzantine, and really simple.
They sounded like they were under the influence of drugs as they spoke heavily and incomprehensibly.
So much as been written about the ineffectiveness of disclosures as remedies for advisor conflicts that I wouldn't address it here but for the fact both the SEC and DOL incomprehensibly have come to the conclusion that disclosure is the only remedy for advisory conflicts of interest.
Apparently favoring the medieval execution methods embraced by ISIS, incomprehensibly equated to Hamas and Hezbollah recently by Netanyahu, Lieberman's violent outburst sought to remind anyone who had any doubts that any new Israeli government will seek a continuation of the status quo: dismissing the need for peace talks and a two-state solution, and that any Palestinians, either inside or outside of Israel, are viewed as subhuman.
Senior officials from across the world body echoed Ban's comments, with UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, also condemning "an utterly despicable and incomprehensibly vicious attack on defenceless children.
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, on Tuesday strongly condemned what he described as "an utterly despicable and incomprehensibly vicious attack on defenceless children" at a school in Peshawar.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al-Husseincondemned the attack, describing it as "an utterly despicable and incomprehensibly vicious attack on defenceless children".
GENEVA, Dec 16 (KUNA) -- UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Raad Ibn Al-Hussein on Tuesday condemned what he described as "an utterly despicable and incomprehensibly vicious attack on defenceless children" at a co-educational school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar.
But then it all went incomprehensibly, tragically wrong.