The Bible relates laconically
that Jacob arrived at Shechem shalem--whole (Gen.
Lead surveyor and KPMG's national forensic director, Camilla Singh, hailed the lower member-fraud percentage as an achievement for the industry, but laconically
described the healthcare provider fraud spike as 'really interesting'.
confesses in voiceover," Like a good American I kept my head down and remained neutral.
When I mentioned the bad historic connotation of the expression, he laconically
replied: "the army has enough to deal with.
In other words: there's no reverse gear," says Ernst, who is also a professor at the University of Zurich, laconically
As the CAMRA guide states laconically
, the Albion is "a music venue on Saturday night, but, if you don't like music, you can go and play in the park opposite".
This also applies lo his latest artistic accomplishment, released by the prestigious EMI label and laconically
titled "Masek / Martinu", in which Michal Masek strives to link Martinu's musical and visual legacies.
Bohuslav Martinu: Etudes and Polkas, H, 308 (selection): Butterflies and Birds of Paradise, H. 127; Sonata for piano, H. 350; Album Leaf no. 1, H, 222; Borova, H, 195 (no. 7 moderate); Black Bottom, H. 165; Victory March of the R.U.R. Sports Club in Policka, H. 129bis
ripped another strip of gum from its foil and concentrated on securing his favourite result, a 1-0 win.
In a letter to a friend, he laconically
described a 1917 attack on the railroad: "The whole job took ten minutes, and they lost 70 killed, 30 wounded and 80 prisoners.
It was the beginning of what Truscott described laconically
as "four eventful years.
A little red-orange creature travels laconically
, whimsically, through the pages.
As for the costs to the private sector, the analysis laconically
reports, "CBO cannot estimate the cost to private entities of those provisions.