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In pursuing this film project, Joel Karekezi completes his personal mission to turn the pain inflicted on his family to new possibilities for Rwanda's future, and his belief that forgiveness will open up new paths for a better and peaceful future of the country is still challenged by the lingering consequences and repercussions of a crime of unimaginable horror both in its extent and nature.
This fact was unexpected and unimaginable since the Egyptian people are Muslims.
Philip Rooney: World Expo in Shanghai would have been unimaginable not that long ago
What the firemen found was a scene of almost unimaginable horror," said Mr Aylett.
1) ``The idea that I would act disrespectful toward a fellow musician is unimaginable to me,'' said Faith Hill in response to criticism of her actions at Monday's Country Music Association Awards.
Highly recommended for its evocative power, its warning about abusing nature, and its paean to the abiding human spirit in the face of unimaginable hardship.
In the caverns beneath the sea lie a secret with the potential to bestow unimaginable power, or free prisoners hidden under the glass .
World War I shattered 19th-century notions about the glory of dying for one's country, as poison gas, machine guns, and long-range explosives generated previously unimaginable carnage, and the grim reality of trench warfare permanently transformed life and death on the battlefield.
For martyrs, the dictionary informs us, are witnesses; and the testimony of these three witnesses to justice changed the world in ways thought unimaginable.
Where Hawkinson's whatever-means-necessary approach (taking pictures of himself submersed in a tub of ink; drawing every part of his body that he can see) suggests an image of the artist as a subjective, inquisitive presence, Dupont's figures--although based on nearly unimaginable amounts of information--are skewed almost entirely toward the generic.
But the reality on the ground is that China and Taiwan have interwoven their economies in a way that was unimaginable in the early days of China's economic emergence.
Our churches helped us survive the unimaginable during slavery, served as a wellspring for the Civil Rights Movement and continue to energize our tired souls today.