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He added the schools budget represents around 35% of all spend and if they do not find savings the impact on other vital services could be insufferable.
If that person is you, you must at last do the right thing and help end the insufferable grief of the families these men left behind.
If Nev "I'm mad, me" Wilshire, boss of Swansea firm Save Britain Money was insufferable before, imagine how he is now that he's been the star of his own reality series.
Bacchus is such a prat, such a mess, such a rude and insufferable twerp, who adds so little to the business of crime detection, he makes a revolutionary telly detective.
London, Jan 13 ( ANI ): Sylvester Stallone has admitted that the success of the film 'Rocky' made him insufferable, and made him think he had an authority on everything.
Yet, there was not one single reference to the insufferable plight of the wonderful Palestinian people who inhabit the land where Bethlehem lies.
Others have commented on the insufferable strain this will put on the infrastructure and roads of the locality, so I shall confine myself to urging the council to think twice - three times - before despoiling one of the lushest parts of South Wales.
Insufferable Indifference--The Mocking of America is a 'nonfiction novel' for adults, and represents the 'Deep Thoughts' of a 'Theoretical Deductionist' who now has more time to pursue his own interests, thanks to a permanent disability that keeps him at home pondering life, the universe and everything.
And insufferable, gendercard obsessed Gabby Logan claiming on Loose Women that before London 2012, "the likes of Sue Barker weren't given the same platform" as men in the sports anchor role.
I'd have the Peckhams (Beckhams) dragged to the edge of the village and flogged because they are insufferable to anyone of intelligence, and they actively chase the paparazzi" - Singer Morrissey.
The Mad Flotilla would surely include REPULSIVE, INSUFFERABLE, ABOMINABLE, INDUBITABLE, UNMENTIONABLE (and her sister ships UNSPEAKABLE and INEFFABLE), IMPECCABLE, INSENSIBLE, INNOCUOUS, INCORRIGIBLE, INTEMPERATE and INEBRIATED.
Meanwhile, new junior registrar Springer (Luke-Allen Gale) is proving insufferable in his new role.