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Brutus and Cassius play out their strategies through words, and listening to the actors makes you realise how much Shakespeare contributed to our everyday language: "the dogs of war", "it was Greek to me" and "this was the most unkindest cut of all".
McCulloch has always put this club first and although all the job losses will come as severe blows to every player his will be one of the unkindest cuts of all.
Concerned Voter Iron Angle: The unkindest cut of all in the Birmingham budget These cuts to social services are truly inhuman.
Sadly, the early messages from the savage budget cuts look like we may be in for the unkindest cuts of all, but they may not necessarily save money.
In his New Year message, Mr Barber said: "It's hard to pick out the unkindest cut of all, but a top contender must be the 10 per cent cut in housing benefit that kicks in after someone has been unemployed for more than a year.
In tears, he paces the stage as well as the aisles of the theatre and holds Caesar's toga before the gaze of various audience members who examine "the most unkindest cut of all" (3.
UNKINDEST CUTS Unions say front line jobs are going GOING UP High hopes are pinned on the plans for Science City in Newcastle
The unkindest cut of all must lie in Champion's comment that "it could be argued that the Chief's homogenizing brand of 'unhyphenated Canadianism' was less British than Pearson's adoption of unity in diversity.
Annas, "Forced Cesareans: The Most Unkindest Cut of All," Hastings Center Report 12, no.
Finally, let me conclude by unveiling the unkindest cut to higher education that had demanded Rs 33.
Far from irrelevant, such experiences of prejudice in the family are in some ways "the unkindest cut of all.
The most unkindest cut: Heads began to fall quickly after the Dallas Cowboys' unexpected loss to the New York Giants last Sunday.