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Anastasiades said it was everyone's mistakes that led to contempt "but at the same time, unfortunately, to a limited extent initially, the motherlands played the worst role; one of them at least, while the other one continued.
Guess the girls really had it hard on their motherland Russia?
Motherland inches its way through airbrushed beauty, boob jobs and Botox, the might of motherhood and the challenge of childlessness.
He told the paper "Al Alam" that the philosophy of returning to the homeland is developing in the camps, noting that his decision to go back to his motherland was a step towards the light of truth and an exit from the tunnel of a false cause.
After a very successful run at Live Theatre, Motherland was presented at Edinburgh Festival Fringe last year, winning a Fringe First Award from The Scotsman newspaper.
The Iranian MP uttered his allegations at a public session and in the presence of Iran's foreign minister Manouchehr Mottaki, saying Bahrain was, up to 40 years ago, part of Iran's territories, but was separated from the motherland through a suspicious referendum.
Motherland certainly resembles Russia, but the use of the country's name directly in the case is avoided to reduce student tendencies to stereotype real people and to avoid potential errors introduced by students who have knowledge of Russian culture.
But how could they expect me to come home and invest in my so-called motherland when they cannot issue me with something as simple as a passport?
To make it that little bit extra special, Newcastle's Live Theatre will be joining in the drama by showcasing its powerful production, Motherland, at The Underbelly.
Blatter, in England for the 150th anniversary of Sheffield FC, the world's oldest football club, said: "England is the motherland of football and I would welcome the candidate of the FA.
Blatter has opened the way for an England bid by revealing FIFA are next week set to scrap rotation of the tournament around the continents - and said he would welcome a bid "from the motherland of football".
AFRICAN and South Asian culture are celebrated in new dance theatre work Motherland by Sampad and Tara Arts.