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The poem is an allegory, which can be about a lot of situations where one party unsuspectingly lets in an evildoer and then gets hurt.
Some facilities, such as coal plants and oil refineries, had been known to release more pollution during SSM episodes than they normally emitted during an entire year, presenting major health risks to local people with asthma, children, and seniors that unsuspectingly venture outside for daily activities.
He hides when Raghav enters to procure his own drug supply, and watches with infatuation as the cop uses Ramanna's weapon of choice--a hammer--to strike at a neighbour who unsuspectingly walks in.
Former Consett bar owner Suhkdev Singh Gill unsuspectingly bought hundreds of bottles of the bootleg booze from Singh, which he then stocked in the Coach and Horses pub and Chaplains bar.
Former Consett bar owner Suhkdev Singh Gill unsuspectingly bought hundreds of bottles of bootleg alcohol from Singh, which he then stocked in the Coach and Horses pub and Chaplains bar in the town.
Where Nietzsche openly mocks antisemitism, claiming it is unsuspectingly close to those values it opposes, Holub speciously infers that Nietzsche's brief with antisemites is that they are not anti-Jewish enough.
The labourers were working at a site when they unsuspectingly touched dangling electric wires, which left three labourers dead, and seven others sounded.
night stunning But entertainment, culture, grub and all-round dynamism aside, what really surprised me about my weekend stay on one of the city's prime shopping streets, Deansgate, was that I actually, unsuspectingly, found a destination at the place I was staying.
Invincea's October trends report identified the key advanced endpoint threats "in the wild," meaning they spread unsuspectingly during normal, everyday activities.
You might end up in that situation anyway if another hunter walks in on you unsuspectingly or vice versa.
He added: "When we asked the passenger in the Ferrari his thoughts on the incident, he told us that the driver was looking in the side view mirror to see how far ahead of the GTR he was and when he looked back in front of him, two cars unsuspectingly merged into his lane.
Growing accustomed to the din by degrees, he understands that he is invited to enter a bus for Edmonton and trustfully and unsuspectingly he enters upon the thrilling and exhilarating adventure, which includes many twistings, turnings, swayings and bumpings, crossing a bridge looping a loop uphill and finally he is landed, gasping and marvelling at his escape, at a hotel, modern and well appointed, where he is glad to seek repose.